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  • The biology major, who minored in educational studies, is pursuing her dream of becoming a teacher at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education.

  • First as a scientist, and then as an educator, Gabriel Oppler ’17 will apply his love for the outdoors in his upcoming jobs in Northern Wisconsin and the Santa Cruz Mountains.

  • More than 1200 people attended Alumni Weekend 2017 to celebrate classes ending in 2s and 7s.

  • Self-described introvert Heidi Kasevich ’87 founded the Quiet Education program to empower quieter voices in classrooms often dominated by those who are most inclined to speak.

  • Macklin Willigan ’17, who majored in political science and German studies while working on the runway, heads to a Manhattan law firm to work as a paralegal.

  • After his 8-year-old son Owen drowned on a family rafting trip, Stéphane Gerson ’88 was seized by a compulsion to write. His new memoir tells the story of his family’s journey through grief.

  • Chloe Lindeman '17, Henri Drake '15, and Katie Elbert '14 all received fellowships that will support their graduate education and research. 

  • The Bi-Co women’s ultimate team drove to Lexington, Ky., to compete in the Division-III National Championships for the fourth time since 2011.

  • Japanese Emperor Akihito is currently considering abdication. Back in 1953, the then-Japanese Crown Prince only 19 when he stopped by Haverford’s campus.

  • Geology major Henry Richardson ’83, now a self-taught artist and sculptor, manipulates enormous sheets of plate glass into ethereal sculptures in his purpose-built barn studio in the Berkshires. 

  • Enjoy a gallery of images and the video from the College’s 179th Commencement ceremony.

  • After this year’s graduation ceremony, members of the Class of 2017 took photos with their alumni parents and relatives, showcasing their Ford family spirit.

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  • Dan Greenspan '77 discusses how he has bridged his passions as a jazz bassist and bread baker.

  • In what was the third event of its kind since 1917, the classes of 1967 and 2017 convened for a meal and conversation on the eve of this year’s Commencement.

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