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A Taste of Ford Food Bloggers

In the recent issue of Haverford magazine we wrote about four alumnae food bloggers who are combining their loves of the written word with their foodie leanings, and we asked each of those bloggers to provide an easy, original recipe to share with the Haverford community. Continue reading

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Jeremy Golan ’09 Talks Peace Corps

Jeremy Golan ’09 recently returned from Cambodia, where he served in the Peace Corps, and gave advice to current student interesting in applying to the program after Haverford. Continue reading

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Alumna’s Organization, Film Confront Juvenile Justice Problems

Sarah Morris ’05 returned to campus for a Haverford House- and CPGC-sponsored screening of her organization’s documentary, Stolen Dreams, about teens tried and sentenced as adults Continue reading

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Boo! It’s Haverween!

This weekend campus played host to the annual Ultimate Frisbee tournament known as Haverween, which featured strong showings from The Donkeys and The Sneetches (and their respective freshmen teams), but also a team of alumni. Continue reading

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Nicholas Popper ’99 Tackles “Historie”

The alumnus and assistant professor of history at the College of William and Mary came back to campus to give a talk, as part of the Young Alumni Series, about Sir Walter Raleigh’s Historie of the World. Continue reading

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Iain Haley Pollock ’00 Returns to Read On Campus

Poet, teacher and former Haverford English major Iain Haley Pollock ’00 returned to campus for a reading from his Cave Canem Poetry Prize-winning debut collection, Spit Back a Boy. Continue reading

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A Multimedia Fairy Tale

Ben Rubin ’03 discusses his just-launched publishing company, button-down bird, and its first offering, When Comes What Darkly Thieves, a children’s book that he wrote and illustrated. The fairy tale is now available as an iPad app with original music by alt. country musicians like Cortney Tidwell and members of the band Lambchop. Continue reading

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Mark Rembert ’07 Meets a President and Works for a County, Both Called Clinton

Mark Rembert ’07 talks about his organization (Energize Clinton County), being invited to the Clinton Global Initiative to problem-solve rural poverty, and working with fellow Ford Parker Hoar ’07, an architect, on community design and development. Continue reading

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Ben Hickernell ’00 Films His Latest On Campus

Director Ben Hickernell ’00 (Lebanon, Pa.) brought the cast and crew of his upcoming indie sports romance, Backwards, to campus to film at the Haverford College Apartments this July. Continue reading

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Nicholson Baker ’79 in New York Times Magazine

Nicholson Baker ’79, the author of such notorious books as Vox and The Fermata, is the subject of a lengthy feature in the latest issue of The New York Times Magazine on the occasion of the release of his ninth and latest novel, House of Holes: A Book of Raunch. Continue reading

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