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  • Mosaic of alumni

    Tell us about your life since Haverford. We're excited to share your story with the Haverford community! Your answers may be used in part or full on the College website or in other communications.

  • The vaulted ceilings of the Philips Wing

    Haverford is a magazine for alumni, parents, and friends of Haverford College. Check out the latest edition today!

  • Barak Mendelsohn

    On Tuesday, September 14, all alumni, families, and friends were invited to attend a virtual gathering to commemorate the tragedy of September 11, 2001. The program included an introduction by President Wendy Raymond and a memorial lecture by Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science Barak Mendelsohn, entitled September 11: 20 Years Later: What do we really know about the history and background of Al-Qaeda and the Jihadi movement?

  • Alumni Weekend 2022

    Classes ending in a 2 or a 7 will be celebrating a reunion this year, however all alumni are welcome to attend Alumni Weekend. We look forward to having you back on campus to celebrate with fellow Fords. Virtual gatherings and panels are being encouraged both prior to, and following, the weekend. 

  • Amazon Smile

    When you shop at smile.amazon.com, choose The Corporation of Haverford College to benefit from your holiday and everyday spending. The AmazonSmile Foundation contributes 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases. You shop, Amazon gives to Haverford.

  • Virtual Events

    Unable to make it to an event? Want to watch one again? Check out the archive for reference guides, event recordings, and more from some of the virtual events hosted through the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.

  • Will Berson '98

    On Thursday, May 20, AAEC member Ann Rivera '96 interviewed fellow Lighted Fool Will Berson '98 about his film, television, and theater experience and his Academy Award nominated work—Judas and the Black Messiah. This event is the second held in the AAEC Salon Series. 

  • Yoga with Dana Miller '86

    On Sunday, May 30, Dana Miller '86 hosted a flowing, vinyasa-style yoga class for all alumni. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Justice

    On Saturday, May 29, the Friend in Residence Program and Quaker Affairs presented a conversation between Masaru Edmund Nakawatase and Richard Iron Cloud. Watch a brief introductory video. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Fords in DEI

    On Friday, May 28, panelists Terry Nance P'08, May Mon Post '95, Katie Dalke '07, and moderator Scott Burau '02 participated in a panel conversation focused on the current landscape of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the fields of higher education, social justice, and medicine. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Campus Tour

    On Friday, May 28, student tour guides from Admissions, Rafael Jovel '22 and Sarah Cahn '22, hosted a virtual tour of campus. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • MAAG BIPOC Narratives in Medicine

    On Thursday, May 27, alumni were invited to join MAAG, moderator Rodrick Daley '95, and panelists Gregory Patrick '72, Ingrid Walker-Descartes '95, InSung Min '96, Donna Whyte-Stewart '98, and Jerome P. Watts Jr. '17 for a discussion about BIPOC experiences in medicine. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Haverford's Strategic Plan

    On Thursday, May 27, alumni were invited to join President Wendy Raymond to hear more about the creation of Haverford's next Strategic PlanDeb Strecker, acting vice president of Institutional Advancement, moderated the conversation. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Arboretum Tour

    On Thursday, May 27, the Arboretum’s Program Coordinator Jennie Ciborowski led alumni on a virtual tour of the Arboretum. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

  • Linda Gerstein: A View From Her Window

    On Wednesday, May 26, Professor Linda Gerstein reflected on the challenges posed by the past year. This event was part of the Virtual Alumni Weekend 2021 series.

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