Alumni Initiatives Offer Hope for Public Education

Alumni Initiatives Offer Hope for Public Education

Four alumni examined the landscape of education in the United States––often painting a gloomy picture––and issues of quality, accountability, and equity during a program on “(Un)Chartered Waters: Public, Private, and Charter Schools in America.” But despite...
Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Mellon Creative Resident and Director of Book Arts at Wellesley College Katherine Ruffin leads a Papyrus Workshop in Ryan Gymnasium. Ruffin talks about different materials used for writing during the papyrus-making workshop. Associate Professor of English Laura...
A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

2015: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. 1955: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. Yes, the Duck Pond’s surface is frozen. The chilly temps offer a rare, cool sight. If Fords had any doubt that the air is brain-freeze cold on this Friday, just take a gander...
Fords Look at Careers in Business

Fords Look at Careers in Business

A group of alumni who are leading professionals in the business field returned to campus on November 1 to participate in the Fords in Business Conference: The Road from Haverford to Business School. Co-sponsored by the Center for Career & Professional Advising...
Alums Prep Students for the Consulting World

Alums Prep Students for the Consulting World

  As part of a series sponsored by Haverford’s Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA), alumni duo Jim Wiltsee ’09 and Arman Terzian ’14 led a case interview workshop for Haverford students on Friday, September 12. Wiltsee, who was a Haverford...