Temple senior Shizz Alston Jr. reflects on playing in the Big 5, his time at the Haverford School & offers advice to high school students aspiring to play at the next level. Read the PhillySportsDigest.com article and watch the video interview with Shizz Alston Jr. '15 >
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New York Times contributor Jennifer Finney Boylan '76 asks whether fellow Haverford School graduate John Hickenlooper '70, Governor of Colorado can run for president as a centrist. Read the Opinion piece >
In Conceptual Physics, students were introduced to Ozobots in coordination with "Hour of Code" events. Ozobots are programmable robots with text block-based and color-based codes. Students focused on the color code structure, understanding that placement of code is just as critical as in any other language. They used the color codes to program the Ozobots to successfully navigate a map.
The Haverford School’s Robotics Team joined materials science professionals from around the world at the Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting in Boston, Mass., Nov. 25-30. Upper School engineering teacher Dr. Holly Golecki joined the team of nine students at the event, where the boys showcased their work in soft robotics, made valuable networking connections, and learned about the materials science industry. Two Haverford alumni, Jon Paras ’14 and Ed King ’18 also attended the conference.
In this blog post, Headmaster John Nagl reflects on the events that make December a particularly special time for him, including the annual Army-Navy football game and the selection of Rhodes and Schwarzman Scholars.
Five Middle Schoolers, along with Middle School math teacher Ryan Meyer and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Brendon Jobs, recently attended the 2018 Young Men of Color Symposium and (Re)defining Power Conference on Nov. 10, at Trevor Day School in New York City. This year's conference theme was "Unlearning Dominance to Learn Accountability to Experience Freedom." They reflect on their experience and lessons learned in this blog post.