Hard work, determination and dedication as a leader and member of the Lehigh rowing team earned senior Chet Bickhart a spot in the Riverside High Performance Group in Boston. As members of the group, Bickhart and other select rowers from around the country will train year-round to represent the United States in international rowing competitions. This is another step forward in Bickhart’s quest to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Read the article>
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Sweeping the board at the 2018 G.A.N.G. Awards, was composer Wilbert Roget II, with 'Call of Duty: WWII'. Landing five trophies including Best Original Instrumental (tied), Best Interactive Score, Best Original Soundtrack Album, Music of the Year and Best Game Audio Article.
IV Form Modern World History students recently performed a Socratic Seminar on freedom and revolution. The exercise, named after the Greek philosopher Socrates, assigns students different roles in the discussion and is designed to drive new ideas. In this blog post, Upper School history teacher Brendon Jobs talks about the role these seminars played in sparking thought and engagement among the students in his class.
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he provides insight and stories. In this blog post, Nathan Raab '96 talks about his work preserving historical artifacts with the Raab Collection, and his enduring lessons from Haverford.