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  • Haverford’s third annual Public Policy Forum invited alumni back to campus to share their experiences from working in different areas of policy, from education and the environment to healthcare and local government.

  • The co-founder of the Colibrí Center for Human Rights discussed the advocacy organization’s mission and working to end migrant death and related suffering on the U.S.-Mexico border.

  • Hurford Center Emerging Artists in Residence Harlow Figa ’16 and Sarah Moses ’16 helped organize the sixth year of the film series, which kicks off on March 15 with a screening of Shirley Clarke’s 1967 film Portrait of Jason at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute.

  • The former deputy homeland security advisor to Barak Obama is co-teaching a course with her former advisor this semester, and gave a talk on “Migrants, Refugees, and National Security” to the community.

  • Joe Schwartz

    Phonathon season is underway...Save the date for the 10th Annual Joe Schwartz '83 Memorial 3K Run and Walk...

  • Four Fords from the Class of 2016 earned 2016/2017 Fulbright Student Awards. 

  • The Yale Ph.d. student and Haverford Latin major returned to campus to give a lecture as part of the library’s long-running Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series.

  • Jessica Turnoff Ferrari ’95, the cantor of a Jupiter, Fl.-based congregation, follows in the footsteps of her mother and draws musical inspiration from her experience singing with a canonical "Haverband."

  • This winter, four dozen Fords shadowed Bi-Co alumni at work as part of the College's long-running externship program, which gives students a firsthand peek at potential career options. 

  • The Queens-based artist, who uses various visual media and performance to explore ideas of community, collaboration, and conversation in her work, is back at Haverford as a visiting assistant professor this semester. 

  • Kannerstein medal

    Day of Giving...Save the Date for Alumni Weekend...Career Resources.

  • Student and faculty research and innovation are helping to make classrooms more accommodating to those with a variety of disabilities and learning styles.


  • As chair of the HIV clinic at the Mayo Clinic, director of its HIV transplant services, associate dean of the Mayo School of Health Sciences, and associate professor of medicine, Dr. Stacey Rizza is on the front lines of treating and understanding HIV and hepatitis C.

  • The children's book author and illustrator of the Paddington Bear series is interviewed by Nick Bruel '87, creator of the Bad Kitty series. 

  • Aleem Ahmed ’07 is promoting the nutritionally packed ancient grain to help grow profits and improve the livelihoods of small farmers in Ethiopia.