The Haverford School crew team and Friends of Haverford School Rowing christened two rowing shells honoring outgoing Head of Upper School Matthew A. Green and former Head of Upper School Donald J. McBride. The boats are strong additions to the long tradition of Haverford School crew, and will contribute to the continued success of the sport, the team, and the James J. Barker Sculling Center.
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By Rose Quinn, Delaware County Daily Times
It's an attitude, a certain reverence for the memory of a young friend taken too soon. Call it "The Kip Effect." This past week, especially, it's been in full swing.
The Class of 1996 Rafael Laserna Award for Outstanding Teaching is selected by students from those nominated by the senior class. This award goes to the "teacher who has a lasting influence on his or her students and who inspires them to learn and to excel in the classroom and in life." In this blog post, Sam Lindner '18 shares his remarks from Commencement on this year's Laserna Award winner, Luqman Kolade.
Upper School Spanish teacher and Human Relationships teacher Carmen Epstein reflects on privilege and gratitude as she shares a recent dance piece: Questions for Men. In this dance, Haverford students express the responses of men in the Haverford community through movement. Read on for Epstein’s reflection and a video of Questions for Men.