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High Tunnel Comes to the Haverfarm

High Tunnel Comes to the Haverfarm

ByByRebecca RaberJuly 28, 20204 min read
The new flexible, semi-movable greenhouse-like structure will allow the campus farm to grow food year round.
Musical Legend Sun Ra Goes Solo

Musical Legend Sun Ra Goes Solo

ByByRebecca RaberMay 20, 20204 min read
How did musical legend Sun Ra come to play a solo concert in Roberts Hall on a Fender Rhodes electric piano borrowed from a Haverford student and memorialized in a new archival Bandcamp recording?
Tri-Co Film Fest Goes Virtual

Tri-Co Film Fest Goes Virtual

ByByRebecca RaberMay 13, 20203 min read
The ninth annual festival celebrating film and media work by Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore students was live streamed on Facebook and YouTube for the first time.
The Dogs of Haverford

The Dogs of Haverford

ByByRebecca RaberMay 6, 20209 min read
The canine buddies of faculty and staff are a regular—and beloved— presence on campus.
The Secret Beginnings of Pinwheel Day

The Secret Beginnings of Pinwheel Day

ByByRebecca RaberApril 28, 20204 min read
Read on for—spoiler alert!—the story and people behind campus’ mysterious springtime tradition.
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Cool Classes

A series highlighting interesting, unusual, and unique courses that enrich the Haverford College experience.

16 students pose in front of the exhibit wall

COOL CLASSES: “Asian American Psychology”

This seminar course addresses major theories and findings in Asian American psychology, with a focus on immigration and acculturation, ethnic identity, stereotyping and discrimination, families and development, and mental health.

Where They’re Headed

A blog series detailing the post-Haverford plans of our recent graduates.

The Club Life @ Haverford

A series exploring the many varied student clubs on campus.

The team on the ice heading toward the goal

CLUB LIFE: Lame Ducks Are Anything But

Haverford’s long-standing, midnight-skating, stick-wielding, hoagie-eating ice hockey team is open to all players, regardless of skill level.

What They Learned

A series exploring the thesis work of recent graduates.

What They Learned: Lena Yeakey ’19

The comparative literature major used her thesis to study the relationship between memory and language in the wake of civil wars, calling upon her study abroad experience in Lima, Peru, to augment her analysis of post-conflict culture in Peru and Sri Lanka.

What They Learned: Talia Scott ’19

The political science major studied the prosecutorial reform movement as a way of exploring the various reasons why politicians and political candidates take up reform-minded stances that deviate from their party’s standard stances.