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This site will serve as your port of call to reconnect with the School and your former classmates, no matter where you are located across the globe. We invite you to explore the tabs at left to learn more about what is going on at your alma mater.

If you have any alumni, event, or website related questions or suggestions, please contact Andrew Bailey '02 at Go Fords!

Alumni and Campus News

Matt Haigh '16 makes USA Swimming Men's National Open Water Select Camp roster

By James Sutherland,
USA Swimming has announced a roster of 24 for their 11th Annual National Open Water Select Camp, set to be held from June 6-10 at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers.

The camp is used to provide up-and-coming American distance swimmers with an educational and motivational experience. The camp is a key step as athletes look to transition from the pool to open water, and hopefully eventually representing the U.S. internationally. Read the article>

Connor Keating '14 earns lacrosse All-American honors

By Max Bennett,
"Keating adds the all-America laurels along with being named a First-Team All-Ivy honoree for the second-straight year," Penn's website say of Keating. "Regarded as one of the best long stick middle players's in the country, Keating entered the season as a Tewaaraton Award Watch List member and lived up to the billing as one of the top scoring long-poles in the country with 10 goals and two assists for 13 points this season while scoring in eight of the Quakers 12 games. Keating led the Red and Blue with a team-high 57 ground balls and added four caused turnovers for the season." Read the article>

The Big Room Blog

Fords in Four: Meet Adam Besvinick '05
The Haverford School

In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insight and stories. In this blog post, venture capitalist Adam Besvinick '05 traces his career path in investing and blogging, and shares how he still keeps in touch with his closest friends from Haverford.

The Genesis of Newton's Notebook
Susan Mitchell, Math Department Chair

One of the most exciting new endeavors in the math department this year has been the creation of the first volume of the math journal, Newton's Notebook. In this blog post, Math Department Chair Susan Mitchell discusses the goals of the journal, which include soliciting articles from faculty and students from the entire community, and fostering student interest in all aspects of mathematics.

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