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Scholastic Art and Writing Awards honor seven Haverford student artists

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, judged locally by the Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership at The University of the Arts Project, recognized seven student artists at The Haverford School with eight Silver Keys and seven Honorable Mentions for their work in painting, photography and illustration.

Empty Bowls Supper raises hunger awareness

On March 12, from 5-7 p.m., The Haverford School, Agnes Irwin School, and Baldwin School Student Community Service boards hosted the ninth biennial Empty Bowls Supper in response to the needs of the hungry in the local community. More>

Mike Mayock '76 emerges as candidate for Redskins GM

By Adam Schefter and Field Yates, espn.com
"Regarding Adam Schefter's report about the Redskins GM position: There has been no official contact between myself and the team and no interviews about the job," Mayock said. "My focus and energy -- as it typically is this time of year – is squarely focused on the NFL Draft and NFL Network's coverage of that event ... this year in my hometown of Philly!" Read the espn.com article>

Wrestler Chris Kober is Main Line Boys Athlete of the Week

By Bruce Adams, PAPrepLive.com
The Haverford School senior 220-pounder captured his first Pennsylvania Independent Schools Wrestling Tournament title, defeating University of Maryland commit Mansur Abdul-Malik, 7-6, in the championship final. He then finished third at National Preps, earning All-American honors. He will wrestle for Division I Campbell University next winter. Off the mat, Kober is the president of an organization that he and his brother started at Haverford called Athletes Helping Athletes (AHA), an organization that provides funding, awareness, and community awareness for special needs athletes. Read the PAPrepLive.com article>

Lower School writers receive 32 of 62 awards in the 44th Annual Junior Author Contest

Students from nine local schools submitted 480 entries for The Gladwyne Library League's 44th Annual Junior Author Contest. First- through fifth-graders competed in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The Haverford School writers won 32 of the 62 awards – 18 nonfiction, 7 poetry, and 7 fiction! Each winner received a book supplied by Children's Book World in Haverford and will have their work bound and housed in the Gladwyne Free Library. More>

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