Category Archives: Alumni

J. D. Bridges '02 started rowing at Haverford. He's now a renowned coach for the sport. Photo: Brad Larrison J. D. Bridges '02 started rowing at Haverford. He's now a renowned coach for the sport. Photo: Brad Larrison

Club Sports

From Ultimate to ice hockey, badminton to crew, Haverford student-athletes find some serious fun playing all kinds of non-varsity sports. Read ““Crew Still Floats His Boat” in Haverford magazine »

Nate Zuckerman ’02 gave a talk, "Becoming Who We Already Are: Heidegger and Kierkegaard on Repetition.", sponsored by the Libraries and the Philosophy Department. Photo: Brad Larrison Nate Zuckerman ’02 gave a talk, "Becoming Who We Already Are: Heidegger and Kierkegaard on Repetition.", sponsored by the Libraries and the Philosophy Department. Photo: Brad Larrison

Young Alumni Academic Lecture Series

The Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series connects current students, faculty, and community members to Haverford’s vibrant alumni presence in the academic world. These presentations are sponsored by the Library in partnership with different academic departments.

Strongin (left) and Turkus were Haverford roommates. Now they are partners in an urban farm. Strongin (left) and Turkus were Haverford roommates. Now they are partners in an urban farm.

The Ag Life for Them

Fay Strongin ’10 and Sarah Turkus ’10 discovered a shared passion for food and farming as students. Now the two friends are running Sidewalk Ends Farm in Providence, R.I. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Haverford … Continue reading

Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson. Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson.

The Long and Wining Road

Five Fords who make, sell, champion, and study wine have found that following their hearts in the direction of an oenophile career—or business venture—has opened up a world of opportunities. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of … Continue reading

Siena Mann and Devin Van Dyke (both '14) are blogging from their international post-bac fellowships. Siena Mann and Devin Van Dyke (both '14) are blogging from their international post-bac fellowships.

CPGC Post-Baccalaureate Fellowships

The College’s Center for Peace and Global Citizenship has long supported student work in the realms of social justice and civic engagement by funding internships, service learning expeditions, and research travel to expand learning outside the classroom walls. Recently the … Continue reading

Mayer's thesis, "Bridging the Movement: A Geography of the San Francisco Women's Building", contributes to localized studies of second-wave feminism and queer histories of San Francisco. Photo courtesy of the Women's Building. Mayer's thesis, "Bridging the Movement: A Geography of the San Francisco Women's Building", contributes to localized studies of second-wave feminism and queer histories of San Francisco. Photo courtesy of the Women's Building.

What They Learned: Emily Mayer ’14

What They Learned History major Emily Mayer ’14 wanted to write her thesis about second-wave feminism and race, and realized that the Women’s Building, a women-owned community center and landmark in the Mission District of San Francisco, CA, provided the … Continue reading

Strongin (left) and Turkus were Haverford roommates. Now they are partners in an urban farm. Strongin (left) and Turkus were Haverford roommates. Now they are partners in an urban farm.

The Ag Life for Them

Fay Strongin ’10 and Sarah Turkus ’10 discovered a shared passion for food and farming as students. Now the two friends are running Sidewalk Ends Farm in Providence, R.I. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Haverford … Continue reading