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  • The math and linguistics double major with an educational studies concentration will continue her academic journey at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and pursue her dream of becoming a math teacher.

  • Alex Shahla headshot

    The Los Angeles-based "recovering lawyer" writes about when his parents first dropped him off at Haverford College, a moment that served as the inspiration for his debut novel, Lying To Children.

  • A student in Haverford’s 4 +1 engineering partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, Sherman is interning with Boeing before heading off to her final year of graduate school.

  • The physics major and economics minor is exploring a new realm—investment management—via a two-year, hands-on training program at Vanguard.

  • Phonathon callers

    Students, volunteers, and staff are reaching out by phone, email, and text message to encourage your participation in annual giving before the fiscal year ends on June 30. Your annual support makes a meaningful impact on the daily lives of students and deepens your connection with Haverford. Your participation sends an affirmative message to all who learn and teach here, and your gift strengthens everything we value in a Haverford education. Give online anytime, or connect by calling (866) GIFT-4HC during business hours. We want to hear from you!

  • Helen White

    Join the alumni travel program June 14–-24, 2019 in the Arctic Circle on a voyage with Helen White, associate professor of chemistry and environmental studies.

  • For his thesis, the religion major and Russian minor found spiritual significance in the panels of comic books.

  • The biology major focused on the interactions between parasitic bacteria and their host for her thesis.

  • This fall, the English major will get the chance to share her love of reading and writing as a middle-school teacher at the Thaden School.

  • The computer science major and linguistics minor has two jobs lined up; from SeamlessDocs to Facebook, Liao is diving headfirst into the world of civic technology.

  • A native of Puerto Rico, the former Jose Padin Scholar and Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow is following up her undergraduate degree in comparative literature with graduate studies in the same field at the University of Chicago.

  • Eric Krotkov with a robotic arm

    From self-driving cars to in-home electromechanical helpers, Eric Krotkov ’82 is turning science fiction into reality.

  • Justin Turkus in his tattoo parlor

    After graduation, the political science major’s passion for art led him down an unorthodox path.

  • More than 1,100 people flocked to campus for Alumni Weekend 2018, which celebrated classes ending in 3s and 8s as well as a host of Alumni Award winners.

  • The history major is off to support the organization Reconstructing Judaism as an administrative assistant for development.

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