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  • Ceci Silberstein ’19 begins her new on-campus job with an update on the College’s latest sustainability projects and goals.

  • As a math instructional coach in West Virginia, Joanna Burt-Kinderman ’98 is working to expand public access to high-quality math education across the state.

  • Consultant David Spitulnik '76 discusses what he's learned about being a leader from a lifetime of leading all sorts of groups and projects, distilling these thoughts into five simple ideas.

  • The non-classical cellist and composer has been playing shows and releasing music under the name Takénobu since his Haverford graduation. 

  • The soaring ceilings and light-filled rooms of Lutnick Library

    After an 18-month renovation, Haverford’s main library, now called Lutnick Library, re-opens with the new school year, ushering in a new era for scholarship at the College.

  • Nicky Rhodes and Austin Huber in VCAM with their boxels

    Austin Huber ’19 and Nicky Rhodes ’19 are taking advantage of the burgeoning makerspace movement to build a sustainable, open-source design platform that allows customers to fully personalize their spaces.

  • Lutnick library

    Gear up for fall events that celebrate and showcase some of the Haverford community’s special features.

  • The comparative literature major used her thesis to study the relationship between memory and language in the wake of civil wars, calling upon her study abroad experience in Lima, Peru, to augment her analysis of post-conflict culture in Peru and Sri Lanka.

  • The physics and astronomy double major is continuing his academic journey as he heads to the University of Chicago to pursue a Ph.D.

  • The political science major studied the prosecutorial reform movement as a way of exploring the various reasons why politicians and political candidates take up reform-minded stances that deviate from their party’s standard stances.

  • For her thesis, the psychology major explored the effects of a particular hormone on pregnancy by studying mice.

  • The political science major studied the ways in which educational policies that group students by performance can lead to a type of intra-district segregation along racial and socioeconomic lines.

  • The English major is starting her career as a case intake analyst with the Philadelphia-based class action law firm Berger Montague.

  • The chemistry major is moving to Illinois to pursue a Ph.D. in his field at Northwestern University.

  • The first Haverford student ever to graduate with a major from the recently founded Bi-College Department of Environmental Studies used techniques she learned as a double major in mathematics to study stream health in Philadelphia.

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