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Welcome, Alumni!

This site will serve as your port of call to reconnect with the School and your former classmates, no matter where you are located across the globe. We invite you to explore the tabs at left to learn more about what is going on at your alma mater.

If you have any alumni, event, or website related questions or suggestions, please contact Andrew Bailey '02 at abailey@haverford.org. Go Fords!

Alumni News

Steve Sabol '60 elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

The stories, footage and vision produced by Steve Sabol will last forever. Now his legacy will, too.

Sabol will be included in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Centennial class to be inducted this summer, albeit posthumously. The longtime NFL Films steward died in 2012 at the age of 69 following brain cancer. 

Read the full story in USA Today or see the full slate from the Pro Football Hall of Fame >

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Main Line Times: Richard Cohen’s family counts its blessings during past holiday season
By Eddie Levin, MediaNews Group
 
Philadelphia - The recent holiday season was the time of year to be grateful for everything that happened throughout 2019; and the family of former Haverford School tennis star Dr. Richard Cohen had plenty of reason to be especially thankful. Read the story about Richard Cohen '65 >
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Campus News

Seniors present findings from university lab projects during 12th annual Research Symposium

Five VI Form students (seniors), including Jack Ballenger, Daniel Chow, Alexander Greer, Toby Ma, and Aditya Sardesai, presented at the 12th annual Research Symposium on Jan. 10 in The Haverford School’s Ball Auditorium. The symposium, which was attended by faculty, parents, lab instructors, and alumni of the program, allows students to showcase the research they completed in professional laboratories over the summer. The Research Symposium is the culmination of the Advanced Research Laboratory Cooperative elective run by Upper School science teacher Kara Cleffi. 

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Middle School student work featured in Department of Agriculture calendar

Students in Marion Jacob’s sixth grade science class learned about the Spotted Lanternfly throughout the fall and created informational posters for the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture calendar contest. Blake Lee won second place for his age group; his work is featured as the July 2020 calendar page. Read the story >

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Blog

Fords in Four: Cory Siegfried '08
The Haverford School

In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Cory Siegfried '08 shares how mentors from Haverford have played a part in his education and career path. He also gives advice to current students about learning how to be comfortable being uncomfortable. 

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Dear Philadelphia
Matthew Mignucci, VI Former

In this blog post, VI Former Matthew Mignucci writes a letter to the city leaders of Philadelphia, urging them to address the issues of poverty and homelessness. He discusses his work with the Germination Project, his experience interning near City Hall, and his hope that his favorite city can do better in the future. A version of this piece originally appeared in The Index.

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