Four panelists examined the landscape of education in the United States and issues of quality, accountability, and equity during a program on “(Un)Chartered Waters: Public, Private, and Charter Schools in America.”
This new event featured panels on public law, health care, the environment, and international and domestic policy. Almost all of the panelists were Haverford alums with noteworthy jobs in the policy realm.
The assistant professor of English draws upon her upbringing in West Philadelphia and the bizarre tale of Frank Lloyd Wright's murderous servant for her first novel's inspiration.
A devoted alumnus who served on Haverford's Board of Managers for more than 30 years and was its chairman from 1972 to 1982, John C. Whitehead died Saturday, February 7.
Haverford Announces Lead Gifts Totaling $10 Million to Create Innovative New Facility for Visual Culture, Arts, and Media
The anonymous gifts were made in order for design and construction at the heart of campus to move forward this year.