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Boyce Upholt holds an oar during his trip down the Mississippi
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

The Kamikaze Canoe

Boyce Upholt ’06 recounts a perilous trip atop a record-breaking flood—and an attempt to understand what we’ve done to America’s iconic river.

Read "The Kamikaze Canoe" from the Fall 2019 issue of Haverford Magazine.

Over the past four years, journalist Boyce Upholt has paddled more than a thousand miles of the Mississippi in the company of the river's "foremost evangelist" John Ruskey. Photo by Rory Doyle. 

Keith Fulton and his production partner and husband Louis Pepe in their editing studio
Friday, February 7, 2020

Documenting A Director’s Dream

In his new documentary, He Dreams of Giants, Keith Fulton ’88 continues an exploration into the psyche of ex-Monty Python-er Terry Gilliam that began with his 2002 film festival hit Lost in La Mancha.

Read "Documenting A Director’s Dream" from the Fall 2019 issue of Haverford Magazine.

Keith Fulton '88 (right) and his production partner and husband Louis Pepe in their L.A. editing studio. Photo: Christopher Fragapane.

The band jams together in their practice space
Wednesday, January 22, 2020

The Barrel Fires Wake to the American Dream

The Barrel Fires didn’t start at Haverford, but it was school ties that brought band members Jay Carlis ’99, Mike Kay ’00, and Josh Meyer ’98 together to play original music and have fun doing it.

Read "Mixed Media: Music" from the Fall 2019 issue of Haverford Magazine.

(From left) Josh Meyer '98, Mike Kay '00, and Jay Carlis '99 play together in the Barrel Fires with non-Ford dummer Dave Rodbart. Photo by Holden Blanco '17. 

Arctic expedition
Thursday, September 19, 2019


Haverfordians are lifelong learners. The College's intellectually stimulating travel excursions for alumni are a popular way to explore the world alongside local guides, guest lecturers, and Haverford faculty experts

During the summer, 17 alumni and parents, along with 11 friends and family members, traveled to the Arctic Circle with Associate Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Studies Helen White to see the pristine fjords, glimmering glaciers, and the dramatic effects of climate change on the world's most majestic landscapes.