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  • Two Haverford students–Cecilia Burke ’18 and Nicky Rhodes ’19–were among those recognized for their cinematic achievements at this year’s Festival, which was organized by Harlow Figa ’16.

  • Portrait of Molly Lausten

    Following her work in Golin’s D.C. lab last summer on yeast’s responses to nutrient deficiency, the senior biology major contributed to the alum's paper in Fems Yeast Research last month.

  • At the 15th Annual Celebration of Scholarships donors to Haverford’s 291 endowed scholarship funds enjoyed lunch with the student scholars who benefit.

  • Julian Schneider portrait

    The philosophy and political science double major, who is currently pursuing an M.A. in nationalism studies at Hungary's Central European University, will spend next year at Kent Law School's master's in law program in the U.K.

  • Founders cupola

    Noah Bloch '16, Jonathan DeWitt '16, Grace Klinges '15, Lindsey Lopes '16, and Katie Ulrich '14 all received fellowships from the National Science Foundation that will support their graduate education and research.

  • Black-and-white headshot of Nicholson Baker and a portrait of Anya Krugovoy Silver wearing a colorful headwrap

    Nicholson Baker ’79 and Anya Krugovoy Silver ’90 were honored with a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to support their independent writing projects.

  • After graduating with a degree in history, James Truitt ’17 has hit the archives at a historic house in Philadelphia that reflects the story of one Quaker family over the course of 300 years.

  • Ann Marie Baldonado portrait

    Ann Marie Baldonado ‘94 can trace her career success in radio and TV to the investigative work she did as an anthropology major at Haverford.

  • Charles Hale standing in front of Haverford House

    The former biology major and current Haverford House fellow is headed to the Czech Republic to continue studying an invasive plant that was the focus of his senior thesis research.

  • Jeremy Zoll

    Right after his junior year, Jeremy Zoll ’12 landed a summer internship in the front office of a major league baseball team, and it’s been a meteoric rise ever since. Today he’s director of minor league operations for the Minnesota Twins.

  • Haverford black squirrel

    Spring arrived on March 20, trailed by a nor'easter that forced the cancellation of classes. Yet Fords on campus and around the world celebrated not only the change of season, but the enduring qualities of the College. Students, advocates, and volunteers reached out by tabling, email, text, and social media. By securing more than 1,833 gifts in the first 1,833 minutes of spring, the College captured a $250,000 match, boosting the grand total given to $870,749.

  • Rahul Munsi and Nathan Signh

    Spurred to action by the 2016 election, Haverford roommates Nathan Singh '06 and Rahul Munshi '06 started a political action committee to empower local Democrats to run for office in and around Philadelphia. 

  • Spring for Haverford

    Tuesday, March 20, 12:15 p.m. until Wednesday, March 21, 6:48 p.m.

  • A recent panel on “Equitable Urban Redevelopment in Philadelphia” featured three young alums who were led to the same field by their different experiences.

  • Headshots of five 2017/2018 Fulbright winners

    Five Fords from the Class of 2017 earned 2017/2018 Fulbright Student Awards.