Street Communications: in Spring 2011 Michael Rushmore ’14 brought a panel to Haverford to discuss current questions in street art. Panelists included members of the Wooster Collective as well as artist Gaia, whose piece of a human hand cradling a pidgeon is now featured on the side of our very own James House.
Israel and the Arabs: The Iron Wall’s Bloody Logic and Its Limits: Ian Lustick, professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, visited Haverford on April 6, 2011 to discuss the Israeli-Arab conflict with Haverford students.
What’s Up With Lunt Cafe?: Lunt Cafe managers, Student’s Council, and members of the administration invited students to talk about the future of Lunt Cafe in 2011, providing a little history and insight into the lovely Lunt Cafe we have today!
Matmos Lecture: Experimental electronic music duo, Matmos, came to Haverford in 2011 for a residency sponsored by the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities (http://www.haverford.edu/HCAH/index.php) which included an artist talk (podcast below), a seminar with students, and a concert.