WHAT THEY LEARNED: Valerie Snow ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Valerie Snow ’14

Much of Valerie Snow’s political science education at Haverford was colored by her passion for social justice work. The Peace, Justice, and Human Rights concentrator spent three different winter breaks traveling with Center for Peace and Global Citizenship...
Where They’re Headed: Oscar Wang ’14

Where They’re Headed: Oscar Wang ’14

Oscar Wang ’14 is now the executive director of Mentor for Philly (MFP), a program he started last year that recruits Philadelphia-area college students to mentor high schoolers as they prepare for post-secondary study. The program stresses whole-school involvement,...
Where They’re Headed: Robert Brooks ’14

Where They’re Headed: Robert Brooks ’14

  This August, biology major Robert Brooks ’14 will begin his education as an Air Force doctor at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. In addition to pursuing the standard medical school curriculum, USU students are trained in battlefield...
WHAT THEY LEARNED: Micah Walter ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Micah Walter ’14

Micah Walter double-majored in music and linguistics during his time at Haverford and completed two theses, one for each of his courses of study. His music thesis, Vespers, was an original composition of sacred choral music that was performed by six professional...
WHAT THEY LEARNED: Henry Elliman ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Henry Elliman ’14

Anthropology major Henry Elliman connected an extracurricular passion with his research for his thesis, “ Pain’s Protest: Accounts of Chronic Pain from the Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center.” Elliman had already started a public health initiative at the Coordinated...