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  • Dr. Yngvild Olden seated in her white lab coat

    Yngvild Olsen ’91, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, has recently published a book meant to “clarify and demystify” the national health emergency.

  • Joel Censor teaches lacrosse to students on handball courts

    Harlem Lacrosse puts coaches in schools to help at-risk students achieve. The skills and lessons taught by team sports, says Joel Censer ’08, “couldn’t be more transferable.”

  • Aerial photo of Founders Green

    The first cohort of recipients—members of the Class of 2019—were recently notified of their debt-relieving awards, made possible by a generous gift from the Jaharis Family Foundation. 

  • Eve Passeltiner at the microphone doing voiceover work

    Stage actress Eve Passeltiner ’85 also has a busy career doing voice-over work and audiobook narration. “You get to be all of these people you might not get cast as in-person,” she says.

  • The new Gladstone Lee Mohan Collection consists of dozens of philosophical texts by underrepresented authors and is named after an alum and two current students.

  • Lutnick Library

    Get ready for fall happenings on campus and beyond Haverford.

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    The Class of 2017 graduate made a documentary that tells the story of the problems facing Native Alaskan communities.

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    Alumni-sponsored externships offer students a glimpse of the professional world beyond college.

  • Charlotte Eisenberg on Kannerstein Field in her Texas Rangers hat

    The skills picked up at Haverford—critical thinking, creative problem-solving, and a sophisticated understanding of data—have turned out to be an ideal fit for key front office roles in Major League Baseball. And as a growing number of alumni get established in the industry, they are opening doors for younger alums. 

  • Unveiled at the Hurford Center and VCAM Fall Open House, the projects are meditations on everything from the bias embedded in technological programming to the digital nature of long-distance relationships.

  • Joy Lim Nakrin '02 is using her platform as a newscaster to do the social justice work she had envisioned herself doing as a lawyer.

  • 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. 

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