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Updates for Alumni & Parents

New Ways to "Be Haverfordian"

Be Haverfordian is a virtual space for Haverford alumni in the second decade past graduation (Classes of 1994–2002) to renew and strengthen connections to fellow Fords and to Haverford. You can "Be Haverfordian" by participating in discussion forums on the site. Post a comment and let us know what you think!

Alumni Athletes Unite

It’s easy to stay connected with Haverford via our rigorous schedule of athletic events and alumni gatherings throughout the academic year—for both men's and women's teams. See what’s coming up this fall or view the results of and details on participants at this year's events.

A Chance to Connect: Fall Phonathon

As of this week, students are connecting with alumni and parents by phone, asking for support of the 2012–2013 Annual Fund and Parents' Fund. Please take this opportunity to hear first-hand about what's new at Haverford and show your support for the College. This year you can give to one of six areas of the Haverford experience that you value most. If you prefer to give online, please take a moment to make your gift now, so our callers can be efficient in reaching out to others. Thank you in advance for your support.

Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series (YAALS) Highlights Recent Work

Join us for "Black Market City: Street Vendors, Elites and the State in Mexico City, 1700–1900" presented by Drew Konove ’04 on Thursday, November 1 at Magill Library. Visit the YAALS website for more information on past speakers, such as Brook Henkel ’05 who returned to campus on September 19 for his talk "On Kafka’s Things: Between Animation and Reification."

The YAALS presents lectures by alumni who have chosen careers in academia and are in the final stages of writing their dissertation, are doing post-doctoral work or are in their first few years of academic employment. Lectures are sponsored and coordinated by Magill Library. The Library partners on individual lectures with the corresponding academic department, the John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities, the Center for Global Peace and Citizenship, Athletics, Alumni Relations and Annual Giving or other administrative units as the lecture topic suggests.

The Climbing Stone, by Peter Rockwell '58, is located outside Magill Library.

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