Jan. 13 marked The Haverford School's 9th annual Research Symposium, during which Form VI students presented the results of their work with science labs at the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University. This intensive, college-level research and analysis is the culmination of Haverford's Advanced Laboratory Research Cooperative.
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Haverford won the 2016 New Hope-Solebury Wrestling Tournament hosted by NHS on December 9 – 10, 2016. Haverford scored 158.5 team points, winning the 15-team tournament by over 20 points. Upper Moreland was 2nd with 136 points.
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Greg Bernhardt '95 shares what he learned about the creative process at Haverford and how it continues to impact his art, his cheese-making business, and his life.
Professional development is a year-round occupation for Haverford's faculty and staff. This past summer, 55 members of our community received funding to pursue opportunities to hone their skills, enrich their craft, and advance their education. In this blog post, Upper School Art teacher Zoë Blatt shares her experience as an artist-in-residence at the Skopelos Foundation for the Arts in Greece.
Facebook (private alumni group): Alumni in the news and upcoming events
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Twitter: Follow @GoFords for as-it-happens athletics news
The Big Room blog: posts about life at Haverford as written by faculty, students, and administration, plus "Fords in Four" Q&As with alumni
News on haverford.org: student accolades and achievements
Vimeo: videos of select speakers, special assemblies, and more
Student publications: Read our award-winning Pegasus and The Index online