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Student Publications

Pegasus The Haverford School Literary Magazine

Pegasus: Literary Magazine

Since 2000, the literary magazine Pegasus has provided an outlet for creative writers, artists, and photographers.

Pegasus earned a gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in 2017, 2016, and 2015, and a silver medal in 2014 and 2013.

Read the current issue of Pegasus >

Past issues can be found on issuu.com >


The Index: Student Newspaper

The Haverford School Index student newspaperThe Haverford College Grammar School had just entered its fifth year with an enrollment of 100 students when The Index published its first issue in November 1888. The opening editorial of that issue set forth the purpose and aspirations of the publication.

The Index received a 2017 silver medal and a 2013 gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

Read The Index online >

 

The Index is a student-run publication of The Haverford School that does more than bring news: it provides the diverse perspectives of the Haverford student body. The Index provides an outlet for student journalists and opinion writers. It chronicles the daily struggles and accomplishments of the Haverford community, provides a forum for discussion of pertinent issues, and aspires to influence constructive change.

 

 


Newton's Notebook: Mathematics Journal

Newton's Notebook Mathematical Journal The Haverford School

The first volume of The Haverford School's math journal, Newton's Notebook, was published in 2017. The second volume was published in 2018. The mission of Newton's Notebook is to enhance the interests, talents, and achievements of all individuals in the mathematical sciences, and provide the opportunity to promote the work of those most passionate about the discipline. The articles are written by members of the Haverford School community, including faculty and staff across the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools. We hope that reading these articles will inspire others to explore the fascinating realm of mathematics.

Read the blog post by Mathematics Department Chair Susan Mitchell >

Download Newton's Notebook >