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Ben Nelligan '15 makes the record book in his first year at Fairfield University
Did you know a member of our grounds crew also does collage? That our fine arts faculty have exhibited at prestigious galleries? Come to the opening of our inaugural HavARTford Faculty and Staff Exhibition on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in Centennial Hall and see the myriad talents of our community. In this blog post, Lower School art teacher and exhibition coordinator Jenny Waring shares her inspiration for the exhibit, and talks about her own artistic philosophy.
Headmaster John Nagl has been awarded a fellowship to the Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership’s 2016 Heads of Schools program at Teachers College, Columbia University. This distinguished honor, established in 1991, is granted to 20 heads of schools annually.
Arnold Punaro, Chairman of the Department of Defense Reserve Forces Policy Board, presented Headmaster John Nagl with the Office of the Secretary of Defense Exceptional Public Service Award and an Office of the Secretary of Defense Certificate of Appreciation.
To be a successful student-athlete, one needs to be committed to being an all-around student-athlete. Commitment takes a lot of time and effort. It's also important to recharge when opportunities arise. More>
The applications of gene therapy, the role of oxidative stress on sleep regulation, and methods of yarn collection conducive to biosensors were some of the topics presented at the 8th annual Senior Research Symposium. One student’s study of a distributed manipulation on water was accepted for publication in the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Stockholm, Sweden, in May.
On the evening of Jan. 14, Upper School Counselor Janet Heed and I had the privilege of being on a panel of educators who led a discussion of The Mask You Live In at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. The film, which Janet teaches to boys taking her Social Psychology course, is an unflinching evaluation of the way we socialize and educate boys. It argues convincingly that our society requires boys to wear a mask that hides their fears, their pain, their suffering - their deepest selves - from everyone they meet.
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Dayton Lummis '54 tells us about quintessential American landmarks and being named "most unpredictable" in the Class of 1954.
Thanks Chris Herren for the excellent presentation, "Unguarded: a conversation about addiction and recovery" to parents on Jan. 12 at The Agnes Irwin School and for speaking to Haverford School, AIS, and Radnor High School students the following day. More>
The Haverford School varsity A squash team completed an undefeated season with an 8-1 victory over SCHA Jan. 13. The varsity A Fords have lost only two matches the entire season, going 52-2 with a 6-0 record in the Inter-Ac League. More>
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