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Fords in Four: Kharon Randolph ’18
The Haverford School

In Fords in Four, we ask a Haverford School alumnus four questions about his time at the School and life after Haverford. In his fourth and final year playing for Haverford’s varsity basketball team, Kharon Randolph ’18 earned the Markward Club Philadelphia Player of the Year award. That same year, the Fords won the Inter-Ac basketball championship. Randolph recently finished a successful college basketball career, graduating from Holy Family University with a degree in psychology.

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Fords in Four: Eric Fisher ’78
The Haverford School

In Fords in Four, we ask a Haverford School alumnus four questions about his time at the School and life after Haverford. In this post, Eric Fisher '78 shares his memories as a student on Lancaster Avenue and how his education impacted him in college and beyond. Fisher, a celebrated architect and founder of Fisher ARCHitecture in Pittsburgh, says his motto is "let old be old and let new be new." His clients and his colleagues note that his work is progressive and thoughtful, showcasing a special skill for weaving his work into the fabric of the Pittsburgh community. Fisher is the 2022 Haverford School Arts Fest Featured Artist

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On Reading: Upper School history teacher LaJuan Foust
The Haverford School

In this series, called On Reading, Middle School reading teacher Karen Suter interviews Haverford School community members on their reading habits and book recommendations. In this blog post, history teacher LaJuan Foust describes the books on his shelf and how they got there. He is in his second year of teaching history at Haverford, but he’s been teaching for a little over a decade. In addition to his work in the classroom, he is also an assistant JV soccer coach and works with the speech and debate team. 

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