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What They Learned: Johnluca Fenton ’21

What They Learned: Johnluca Fenton ’21

Sally Pearson ’21June 15, 20213 min read
The political science and environmental studies double major combined his interests in his thesis research on the Sunrise Movement.

What They Learned: Erica Belfi ’21

The political science major explored the strategy of shaming in public health, building upon her internship work on rural sanitation in Mangochi, Malawi.

What They Learned: Claudia Ojeda Rexach ’21

The history major researched surveillance of pro-independence groups in Puerto Rico, a history her family had told her about but she had never learned in school on the island.

Congratulations, Haverford Class of 2021!

On Saturday, May 29, the 325 members of the Class of 2021 became the newest members of the Haverford alumni community at an in-person, outdoor ceremony on Cope Field.

Exploring the Stories Not Told

A new People’s History tour of the College, given by Rebecca Fisher ‘18, explores not only the physical campus, but also Haverford’s myths and history.

A Fine Arts Thesis Collaboration With the Campus Kindergarten

Rachel Grand’s senior thesis focused on the interpretation of emotions through masks, using the Thorne Kindergarten as a setting for her research.

WHERE THEY’RE HEADED: Jordyn Greenbaum ’20

The biology major and neuroscience minor is now working at the National Institutes of Health as a postbac IRTA fellow, studying cardiovascular development and abnormalities.
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