This year, four students studying computer science at Tufts University were nominated for the Computing Research Association's (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Awards, and all four were ultimately recognized by the CRA. Samuel Shaw '16 was named a finalist. Read the full story on tufts.edu >
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By Nelson Rice, US Lacrosse Magazine
VILLANOVA, Pa. — While often a study in motion, Grant Ament stood perfectly still. Read the story about Grant Ament '15 >
A junior, Baoer Li recently created International Student Alliance, an affinity group for international students at The Haverford School. Li is also part of the Pan-Asian Alliance club on campus. Academically, he received the British Biology Olympiad Silver Award in 10th grade, and was declared the winner of the Delaware Valley Science Fair for his project titled “Software Developers’ Response to the Unethical coding Task Request” last year. Read the story >
Forty-one Upper School students at The Haverford School have received regional honors from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Five of those students went on to receive national recognition for their work.
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Mario Maggio '13, a propulsion test engineer with Intuitive Machines, shares how he first got interested in spaceflight as a career path, and important lessons he learned about becoming a Renaissance Man, during his time at Haverford.
Upper School history and finance teacher Brian Long and his nine advisees recently locked their cell phones in a safe for seven days. In this blog post, he reflects on the experience of being "unplugged" and shares his lessons learned about smartphone addiction and tech balance.