Baltimore Sun, September 9., 2007: Tim Richards '09 featured in an article about his grassroots environmental group, Citizens for a Green Mount Airy
NPR, August 24, 2007: David Wessel '75 appears on NPR about the subprime mortgage mess
Philadelphia Inquirer, July 30, 2007: Peter Lane '62 is featured.
Delco Times, July 19, 2007: Haverford's Douglas B. Gardner '83 Integrated Athletic Center was featured in an article about the Pan Am Games.
Philadelphia Inquirer, July 1, 2007: Ben Field '07 was featured in an article about the Israel Baseball League.
Wall Street Journal Online, June 28, 2007: Mark Rembert '07 is featured in an article about cornhole, a game that is increasing in popularity across the country. Rembert founded Haverford's cornhole club.
New York Times, June 24, 2007: The wedding of Assistant Professor of Religion Terrence L. Johnson was featured in the Fashion section.
The Atlanta Jewish Times Online, June 22, 2007: Ben Field '07 was featured in an article about the Israel Baseball League. Field is a member of Israel's first professional baseball league.
Medical News Today, June 21, 2007: Eran D. Metzger '82, associate director of psychiatry at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston, was named a Practice Change Fellow by the Atlantic Philanthropies.
New York Times, June 16, 2007: Jon Kabat-Zinn '64 was mentioned in an article titled "In the Classroom, a New Focus on Quieting the Mind".
Main Line Life, June 13, 2007: An article about Wendy Smith '87, Haverford's first female Athletic Director, and women athletes at the College.
Main Line Times, June 8, 2007: Wendy Smith '87, the first female Athletic Director, reflects on growing women's sports legacy at Haverford
NPR, June 7, 2007: Brian Till '08 featured on "Words of Wisdom for Young Grads".
Baltimore Sun, June 6, 2007: Brian Till '08 -Op Ed about Haverford's Commencement
NPR, June 3, 2007: Haverford
professor Ruth Guyer speaks to NPR's "All Things Considered" about "Having it Both Ways With Contranyms"
Philadelphia Inquirer, June 3, 2007: Thad Levine '94, assistant general manager of the Texas Rangers, and Josh Brynes '92, general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, were the focus of an article about "major-league executives."
Exponent, May 18, 2007: Emeritus classics professor Dan Gillis
was highlighted for his donation of Shoah books to Drexel University.
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Philadelphia Inquirer, May 14, 2007: Dean of
First Year Students Raisa Williams was mentioned in an article about
the Philadelphia Futures program.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 23,
2007: Dean of Admission Jess Lord was featured in an article entitled
"10 Admissions Deans Who Are Shaping Their Field."
Philadelphia Inquirer, April 22, 2007: Associate
Professor of Fine Arts Ying Li and her exhibit in the Cantor Fitzgerald
Gallery were mentioned in an article about local art exhibits.
WayneSuburban.com, April 19, 2007: Director of
Safety and Security Tom King was mentioned in an article about local
colleges taking steps to secure campuses.
Maryland Gazette.net, April 5, 2007: Tim Richards
'09 was featured in an article about his grassroots efforts to help
Mount Airy become environmentally friendly and self-sustaining.
Philadelphia Inquirer, April 3, 2007: Haverford
and Bryn Mawr chamber singers are mentioned in an article about Hebrew
OWU Online, March 27, 2007: Tom Tritton was selected
as a speaker for Ohio Wesleyan's 2007 commencement ceremony.
WBUR, Boston NPR, March 14, 2007: Haverford Senior
Associate Dean and Dean of Student Life Steve Watter was interviewed
on gender blind dorms.
Boston Sunday Globe, March 11, 2007: "Don't super-size condos, neighbors say", includes comments about and a photo of Rick Grossman '66.
Science Magazine, March 2, 2007: Todd Preuss
'80 was featured in an article about brain evolution studies.
DelcoTimes, March 2, 2007: An article on fund
raising at universities of higher education featured Tom Tritton and
Haverford's increased private donor support of late.
UPENN Almanac, Bi-Co News, Philadelphia Inquirer,
The Phoenix Online, Evening Bulletin, Ardmore Main Line Life, Chronicle
of Higher Education, Friends Association for Higher Education, February,
2007: Stephen Emerson '74 is named Haverford College's 13th president.
Philadelphia Inquirer, February 18, 2007: The
Quaker Bouncers, a Haverford organization headed by Justin Meyerowitz
'09 and founded by Jeff Millman '07, was featured in an article about
party control in the Philadelphia area.
Inside Science News, February 9, 2007: Anna Klales
'09 assisted Buddhapriya Chakrabarti, a Harvard physics professor, in
his research on ribbon curling.
New York Times, February 4, 2007: Rob Simmons
'65, former U.S. Representative (R-CT), was featured in an article critical
of Bush's communication with Congress.
HuliQ.com, February 3, 2007: Dr. C. Brian Rose
'78 was featured in an article about his election as the 30th President
of the Archaeological Institute of America.
AScribe, February 2, 2007: Rob Eisinger '87 was
the focus of a story about his study on media bias.
The Syracuse Post-Standard, February 1, 2007:
Haverford professor of photography William E. Williams was featured
in an article about photography of the Civil War.
Jewish Exponent, February 1, 2007: The Cantor
Fitzgerald Gallery's current art exhibit, "35 Prints, 35 Years
of Occupation: 35 Israeli and Palestinian Artists Against the Occupation
and for a Common Tomorrow" was featured.
Philadelphia Inquirer, February 1, 2007: Michael
Lewis '80, chair of the art department at Williams College, was quoted
in an article about a Philadelphia art museum's business practices.
Philadelphia Metro, February 1, 2007: Dr. Anjan
Chatterjee '80 was the sole subject of an article about how the brain
New York Times, January 31, 2007: John Carroll
'63, former editor of the Los Angeles Times, was quoted in an article
about his African American successor as editor of the Los Angeles Times.
New York Times, January 31, 2007: Bob Swift '68
was quoted extensively in an article regarding settlement by an Italian
insurance company on claims from Holocaust victims.
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