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  • Bryan Snyder on a mountaintop adventure

    The former Haverford English major talks to Cat Lazaroff '89 about combining his passions for writing and outdoor adventures in a book series.

  • Dr. Robert O'Connor

    When the white supremacist rally in Virginia erupted in violence this summer, Dr. Robert E. O’Connor ’78, director of the University of Virginia Medical Center Hospital's Emergency Department, faced the largest multiple-casualty incident of his career. 

  • Not a Scientist: How Politicians Mistake, Misrepresent, and Utterly Mangle Science, which was published in April by W.W. Norton, outlines 12 common tactics that politicians regularly employ to butcher science, including “the Cherry-Pick,” “the Literal Nitpick,” and “the Oversimplification.”

  • The CPGC-sponsored Migration Field Study program, now in its eighth year, brings students to the U.S.-Mexico border and to Mexico City to glimpse the human face of immigration.

  • This year marks the 120th anniversary of Haverford’s Honor Code. And we’ve got the Class of 1900 to thank for it.

  • The jazz pianist has a new band and album, named for a four-paneled painting.

  • Her folk group, Daisy House, is a collaboration with her father, Doug.

  • Exploring thorny questions about immigration, forced migration, and globalization.

  • In addition to a 20-year career in land conservation, the history buff is president of a Revolutionary War reenacting group.

  • The new artistic and managing director at Allentown Public Theater aims to make theater for the people of Allentown and stage performances all over the small Pennsylvanian city. 

  • The CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics spoke to Haverford magazine about his company's experimental drug, GBT440,  and its promise in treating people with sickle cell disease.

  • Heidi Witmer ’02, founder of the LEAF Project, brings together diverse groups of teenagers to learn about nutrition, cooking, and farming—and the values of hard work, entrepreneurship, and sustainable living.

  • A talented team of student photographers helps the Office of College Communications document life at Haverford for the web, social media, the magazine, and posterity. Here are some of their stories and favorite shots.

  • Many scholarship recipients have a deep sense of connection to their alumni benefactors.

  • Self-described introvert Heidi Kasevich ’87 founded the Quiet Education program to empower quieter voices in classrooms often dominated by those who are most inclined to speak.

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