“Mad Forest” distills 1989 Romania into anecdotes

Like a talisman, theater has that magical quality of transforming, in a mere gesture, families or friend groups into single representative images of entire civilizations, nations and colleges. Oedipus, for example, might sleep with Hamlet’s mother on stage. Hamlet’s mother might move

Marginalized Ashkenazi voices shown at McCabe

Yesterday, Hanna King ’15 presented her award winning book collection, “Plucked from a Holy Book: Ashkenazim on the Margins,” to a small crowd in McCabe Atrium. Her collection won the A. Edward Newton Student Book Collection Competition, the oldest book collection prize

Laverne Cox stuns raving Tri-Co crowd

Last Friday, Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox made a highly anticipated appearance at Haverford College with an hour-and-a-half long talk about her life as an openly transgender actress. When Laverne Cox appeared onstage, and was greeted by enthusiastic applause that lasted for several

Kehoe and Lichtman still-lives now on display at List Gallery

Velázquez somehow managed to show up in the frame of the enormous screen in Lang Performing Arts Center during a well-attended presentation by Catherine Kehoe and Susan Lichtman, introducing their “Tone Shapes and Shape Notes” exhibit, currently inhabiting the List Gallery. But

Second Olde Club show of year hits the sweet spot

The second show at Olde Club this year, featuring artists Brianna Cash and Xenia Rubinos, was subdued and intimate at times, and made you want to dance at others. The show started at 10 p.m. last Thursday, November 6, and ended at

International Horror film fest spooks students

Last Saturday, in honor of Día de los Muertos and Halloween, constituents of the college’s department of modern languages and literatures teamed up to bring a wide selection of international horror films to the Language Resource Center. The French department kicked off

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