• "Lives That Speak" is a short documentary by Ben Hickernell '00 about the value of a Haverford education.

  • Ken Ludwig '72

    The acclaimed playwright, theater director, and author captures the essence of Haverford’s most important lessons.

  • Steve Larson '83

    The art major explains how painting—and Haverford— helped shape his perspective as an emergency medicine physician and founder of Puentes de Salud.

  • Tony Petitti '83

    The COO of Major League Baseball describes his Haverford education as a tremendous opportunity and a gift that prepared him to build the dynamic, creative environment of the MLB Network.

  • Ellie Power '92

    The serial tech entrepreneur and jack-of-all-trades whose liberal arts education comes into play every day.

  • Howard Brown '12

    A Bronx native who established his career as a rap artist while majoring in religion.

  • Ken Koltun-Fromm '88

    Alumnus, professor, and explorer of Jewish identity—including his own.

  • Dave Barry '69

    Author, Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist, and all-around funny guy who got his start as a humor writer at Haverford.

  • Karan Shah ’09

    India native, Harvard MBA, co-founder of Grow-Trees.com, found a way to blend business and social justice to help the environment.

  • Amita Tomkoria '06

    CFO of Software & Services at GE, who also serves as the young alumni representative to Haverford’s Board of Managers.

  • Joseph Taylor '63

    Winner of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Physics and professor emeritus of physics at Princeton University who single-handedly built a radio telescope on the Haverford campus.

  • Ted Love '81, P’15, P’17

    Cardiologist, CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics, and proud Haverford dad who refined his ethical standards while a student at Haverford.

  • Shaun Hill '01

    Founder of the world-famous Hill Farmstead Brewery and entrepreneur who credits his philosophy studies at Haverford with making him a better brewer.

  • Beverly Ortega-Babers '84

    Member of the first class of women and the women’s basketball team, chief administrator of the U.S. Mint, and grateful recipient of the financial aid that allowed her to attend Haverford.

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