Category Archives: Staff

Office of Academic Resources Assistant Director Lionel Anderson meets with Grace Mangigian '16.

OAR

“What I appreciate so much about the OAR is that they recognize that academic performance is so closely tied to a variety of other factors in a student’s life. When I meet with the staff, I’m not simply talking about … Continue reading

A poetry reading in Woodside Cottage The HCAH sponsored Poetry Reading Group, in conjunction with Visiting Assistant Professor Thomas Devaney, hosted a prose poetry reading in Woodside Cottage. Photo by Brad Larrison.

Poetry Reading Group

The English department offers courses in the literary traditions of the English-speaking world. The department aims to develop in its students the ability to respond to texts thoughtfully and critically, and to articulate those responses in clear and fluent English.

Walter Hjelt Sullivan '82 in the Quaker Collection in Magill Library with a banner picturing famous Quaker Rufus Jones behind him. Walter Hjelt Sullivan '82 in the Quaker Collection in Magill Library with a banner picturing famous Quaker Rufus Jones behind him.

Quaker Connector

Founded by Quakers in 1833 but now nonsectarian, Haverford remains true to its formative spirit through the programs overseen by Quaker Affairs. Today the office runs the Friend in Residence program, supports the student-run QuaC (Quaker Community) group, and leads … Continue reading

Women's Tennis Coach Ann Koger was profiled in the summer 2013 NCAA Champion Magazine Women's Tennis Coach Ann Koger was profiled in the summer 2013 NCAA Champion Magazine

A Winning Combination

“Many of my athletes are musicians, actors, singers, or are involved in community service. Nobody is just going to class, going to tennis and going home.”—Ann Koger, Head Women’s Tennis Coach and Associate Director of Athletics

Office of Academic Resources Assistant Director Lionel Anderson meets with Grace Mangigian '16.

OAR

“What I appreciate so much about the OAR is that they recognize that academic performance is so closely tied to a variety of other factors in a student’s life. When I meet with the staff, I’m not simply talking about … Continue reading

Jacob Lowy '14 shows a tour group around campus. Jacob Lowy '14 shows a tour group around campus.

Then & Now: Campus Visits Now

Then & Now: Campus Visits Today, well over 15,000 prospective students and their families come to Haverford each year for campus tours conducted by a troupe of 30 student guides who volunteer for the Admission office. Missed yesterday’s photo? See … Continue reading

A poetry reading in Woodside Cottage The HCAH sponsored Poetry Reading Group, in conjunction with Visiting Assistant Professor Thomas Devaney, hosted a prose poetry reading in Woodside Cottage. Photo by Brad Larrison.

Poetry Reading Group

The English department offers courses in the literary traditions of the English-speaking world. The department aims to develop in its students the ability to respond to texts thoughtfully and critically, and to articulate those responses in clear and fluent English.

Women's Tennis Coach Ann Koger Under Koger's leadership, the women’s tennis team has an all-time record of 326-213.

A Winning Combination

“Many of my athletes are musicians, actors, singers, or are involved in community service. Nobody is just going to class, going to tennis and going home.”—Ann Koger, Head Women’s Tennis Coach and Associate Director of Athletics

Quaker artifacts on display. Quaker artifacts on display in the Sharpless Gallery of Magill Library. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Who Killed Sarah Stout?

Who Killed Sarah Stout? February 28–September 20, 2013 Sharpless Gallery An interactive exhibit which asks visitors to play detective to solve a 1699 murder mystery using holdings from Haverford’s Special Collections. Details »

Peter Toscano On Friday, April 5, Friend in Residence Peterson Toscano (right) will perform "Transfigurations" in Stokes Auditorium. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Friend in Residence

The Friend in Residence program brings gifted and experienced Quakers to campus for extended interactions with students, staff, faculty and the community to stimulate reflection on the connections between academic pursuits and “letting one’s life speak.”