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Headmaster John Nagl and renowned journalist Al Hunt Jr. ’60 explored the evolution and consequences of military action in the Middle East over the past 25 years during “In the Arena: The Middle East in Flames” on Oct. 21. Read about, listen, and watch the event. More >
By Matt Smith/GameTimePA.com
Sometimes overlooked as one of the key cogs to The Haverford School's success in 2014, quarterback Kevin Carter has had a productive junior season, albeit somewhat quietly. More>
Since 1889, Episcopal Academy and The Haverford School have pitted their athletic talent against each other in the second-oldest rivalry in the Inter-Academic League. On Nov. 8, the two teams will face each other for Haverford/EA Day, this year on The Haverford School campus. More>
By Matt Chandik/GameTimePA.com
Kevin Carter has yet to be the primary focus of The Haverford School’s offense. More>
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound sophomore, a lefty, holds his ground well in the cage, has outstanding field vision and clearing ability, and field generalship. He also has a 4.0 GPA. More>
Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jack Soslow lined up for a kickoff late in Haverford School's win on Saturday afternoon. More>
Enjoy an evening of poetry presented by students of the Haverford School Poetry Club on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr. Admission is free; refreshments will be served.
Penn Charter freshman Brian Isztwan, who was a wild-card coaches pick into the event, parred the first hole of a playoff with The Haverford School's Otis Baker to capture the Bert Linton Inter-Ac League Tournament Oct. 22 at Philadelphia Cricket Club's Militia Hill course. More>
By Chris Carlson/syracuse.com
Reddish is a 6-foot-5 point guard with the potential to grow into an extremely-skilled small forward or swing player. More>
Haverford School (10-2) is No. 1 … More>