Grant Ament ’15 was the featured speaker at the first Haverford Alumni: In the Arena series on Feb. 10. During his talk, he reflected on lessons learned at The Haverford School, his time playing for and attending Penn State, and his plans for the future, including launching the Attack Academy app.
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Collegiate esports operator CSL Esports has announced the appointment of Hung Tran as its new director of marketing. Tran will oversee the company’s marketing strategy for both its tournament properties and its work with over 1,800 college and university partners. Read the full story on esportsobserver.com >
Tim Dougherty ‘10 joined Dr. Daniel Goduti’s Upper School Environmental Science class on March 3. The class, which just completed a unit on oceans, aquaculture, and offshore drilling, is shifting their focus to global climate change.
When Haverford School hit the court for its first game of the delayed 2021 season, there was no shortage of excitement. But of all the Fords who waited so long for basketball to return, no one felt the same anticipation as Jameel Brown. Read the full story at delcotimes.com >
In this blog post, Middle School history teacher Kori Brown discusses the goals of her World Cultures class to instill a sense of curiosity, cultural awareness, and empathy in her students. She gives tips on how to create "virtual international adventures" from your home. This article originally appeared on MainLineToday.com.
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, artist Will Barker '05 traces his career path from the NFL to art, acknowledges the mentors he met at Haverford, and shares his hopes for how he can use art to give back to local communities.