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  • Richard Peet in his boardroom

    In two new business ventures, Richard Peet ’76 is bringing to market the health benefits of high-fiber, gluten-free chicory flour and the therapeutic potential of biosynthetically produced cannabinoids.

  • Dominique Debucquoy-Dodley in Burning Man's San Francisco headquarters

    Beyond the famous Burning Man Festival, Dominique Debucquoy-Dodley ’11 works year-round to organize artistic and cultural programs for the San Francisco-based nonprofit Burning Man Project.

  • Angel Rodriguez in one of the tax-delinquent lots his agency has taken control of in recent months.

    As the first executive director of the Philadelphia Land Bank, Angel Rodriguez ’89 has a vision for creating a more equitable Philadelphia—one vacant lot at a time.

  • Alisa Roth headshot and book cover

    In her new book, Insane, America’s Criminal Treatment of Mental lllness, Roth explores how mental illnesses are treated in the country’s correctional facilities.

  • The political science major has channeled her passion for minority advocacy into a career as a capital defender.

  • As an ecology lab technician at the University of Vermont, the chemistry major examines local soil samples to see the effects of climate change.

  • Keller, who was heavily involved in the campus comedy scene throughout his time at Haverford, is breaking into the entertainment industry with a job as a production assistant.

  • Russell, who has spent the past few years as the managing artistic director of the Allentown Public Theatre, will further her theater studies at the Universität Gießen in Germany.

  • This fall, the geology major will be pursuing a master’s of science in sustainable systems at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability.

  • The psychology major is working as a clinical research assistant at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

  • Edwards is returning to France, his home throughout much of his childhood and adolescence, for a seven-month-long teaching assistant program.

  • Jung is enrolled in an M.D./Ph.D. dual-degree program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

  • As an intern for the production company Face-to-Face Films, the economics major and film studies minor is getting a glimpse into the inner workings of the entertainment industry.

  • We invited alumni to share their wisdom with first-year students on move-in day. From academic mentorship to navigating party spaces and from forming friendships to exploring extracurriculars, the advice they gave is practical, whimsical, and very Haverfordian.

  • The computer science major chose to write her thesis on a program analysis technique known as “abstract interpretation”—and its implications for how humans interact with technology.

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