Haverford Headlines

  • Jacob Horn '13 is learning how museums are run (and built) in a summer internship at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.
  • Beginning July 1, 2012, alumni, parents and friends will be able to direct their gifts within the College's Annual Fund to support one of six specific areas.
  • The <em>Hawaii Five-O</em> star talked to Malaysia's <em>New Straits Times</em> about his role on the show, living in Hawaii and being an Asian-American actor.

  • Julia Hunter '14 is spending the summer interning with a publication that aims to "change the world of girls through media."
  • Through a Center for Peace and Global Citizenship internship, Naila Ijaz '14 is working in a Pakistan hospital this summer, teaching women about proper healthcare during pregnancy.
  • Andrew Sturner was one of five students from the Class of 2012 who had the opportunity to present their research at AAS Meetings this year.
  • Clara Kang '13 is spending her summer as an intern with Titagya Schools, a non-profit founded by a Haverford alum that works to bring early childhood educational opportunities to Northern Ghana.
  • There are just a few days left to make a gift to the College for this fiscal year.
  • Through an internship funded by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Sam Gant '13 is spending his summer in Senegal's capital city, Dakar, working with developing small businesses.
  • The competitive runner discusses her road the Olympic trials with her hometown paper.

  • The article discusses how the couple's scholarly research on Asian-American/Jewish-American intermarriage reflects their own union.

  • Nathaniel Friedman '00, a sportswriter who files his stories under the nom de plume Bethlehem Shoals, shuttered his FreeDarko blog last year and reemerged with The Classical, a daily online sports publication funded by its fans.
  • A former student of Lynn's (from his time in the Peace Corps in Malaysia) writes about Lynn's influence on his life, his studies and his daughter's decision to attend Haverford.

  • Jake Weisenthal '13 is spending his summer in Washington, D.C., examining U.S.-Latin American relations and transitional justice with Inter-American Dialogue, a not-for-profit group that aims to generate conversation about issues across the Americas.
  • The four-time All-American and Haverford and Centennial Conference record-holder is interviewed about his cross-country career at the College and his coach, Tom Donnelly.


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