The 2006 Silk Journalism Panel, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Founders Great Hall on Sunday, April 2, will feature four of the most distinguished journalists in America. All four are Haverford graduates: John Carroll '63, former executive vice president and editor of The Los Angeles Times, currently the first Knight Visiting Lecturer at Harvard's Shorenstein Center; Loren Ghiglione '63, dean of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University; Norm Pearlstine '64, former editor in chief of Time,
His Last Night Home, which earned di Canzio a 2006 fellowship in theater from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), is inspired by the 1997 incident involving the horrific physical and sexual abuse of Haitian security guard Abner Louima by four New York City policemen, chief among them Justin Volpe (on whom Leo is based).
Joseph A. Tolliver, who has been dean of students at Haverford College in Pennsylvania for eight years, has been named vice president and dean of student life at St. Lawrence University. He will begin his new duties at St. Lawrence on July 1.
When Associate Professor of Biology Jenni Punt presented her research on“T-cell tolerance” to the Philadelphia Haverford Alumni Network (PHAN) Nov. 5, she turned the reins over to her assistants, who elaborated on their hypotheses, experiments, and results, as well as the“real-world” ramifications of their projects.
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Haverford College Archives present an exhibition on "Haverford, 25+ Years" that show the many ways women have challenged, engaged, and produced change within the College community.