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The University of Pennsylvania men’s lacrosse team has enjoyed plenty of fantastic finishes this season, but the one that the Quakers pulled off at Villanova on Saturday might have topped them all. More>
AP correspondent Kimberly Dozier is the featured speaker for the 24th annual Davis R. Parker Memorial History Lecture at The Haverford School on March 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Centennial Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public. More>
The Haverford School Upper School Drama and Music Departments presented “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” March 6-8. More>
The Haverford School's robotics team, The Cavalry, won the PA State VEX Robotics Championship and is sending six teams to the VEX Robotics World Championship April 23-26 in Anaheim, Calif. More>
The Haverford School Alumni Association honored five athletes, five teams, and one coach during induction ceremonies into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 22, in the School’s Field House. More>
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John Nagl, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and former president of the Center for Counterinsurgency, told a group of cadets that he fears the Pentagon will forget the hard-won lessons learned about fighting insurgencies after the war in Afghanistan ends. More>
Beau Collins ’11, Tufts Class of 2015, is an intern for FRONTLINE and News Editor for the Tufts Observer. His article, "Al-Qiada's Bloody Gamble," features remarks by Haverford School Headmaster John Nagl.
Wrestling was re-introduced to the Haverford School in 1945. Instantly popular, the program quickly grew and wrestling was officially recognized as a varsity sport in 1947. Neil Buckley was named the first head coach, and would lead the program for 47 consecutive seasons. More>
In the spirit of multi-sport participation and the National Football League season that has once again taken the nation's attention (I've never seen Baltimore sidewalks more empty than during a Sunday afternoon Ravens game), here it is: a look the best two-sport athletes — lacrosse and football — from the last 70 or so years. More>
Senior Eamon Glavin ran Sunday's 2013 Philadelphia Gore-Tex Marathon in 3:15:11. He finished 11th in his age group of 16-19-year-olds. In addition, he placed 725th out of 20,000 runners, placing him in top 2 percent. Congratulations, Eamon!