New York Times national security correspondent Mark Mazzetti was brought to campus by the Department of Political Science to give a talk on the “shadow wars” the next president will inherit.
On a snowy Tuesday, December 10, Dan Weiss spoke at the Penn Club in New York City—the first in a series of events created to give the Haverford community an opportunity to get to know the new College president.
Can’t make it to campus for Dan Weiss’ Oct. 26 inauguration as Haverford’s 14th president? Then follow along with the ceremony in real time as we post live updates from our Twitter account (@haverfordedu).
Dan Weiss, Haverford’s 14th president, began his first week at the College today with a round of meetings and a big stack of boxes to unpack. Weiss, an art history scholar who served for eight years as president of Lafayette College before taking the post at Haverford, moved into the President’s house at 1 College Circle last week with his wife, attorney Sandra Jarva Weiss; two sons, Teddy 17, and Joel, 14; and dog, Allie.