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    Young Alumni Giving Month

    This October marks the fifth annual Young Alumni Giving Month, celebrating the importance of support for Haverford from graduates of the last decade (Classes of 2005-2014). Every young alumni gift to the Annual Fund made by October 31, 2014 will be matched dollar for dollar by a family from the Class of 2011. Fall for the 'Ford and double your impact today.

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    App

    NEW! Download Fords, the app that lets you carry the Haverford alumni community on your phone—featuring a location-based search that lets you find other Fords when you’re at home or on the road. Free from iTunes or Google Apps.>

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    Recurring Gifts

    You can make a $250 gift to the College for only $20.83 per month -- the cost of a night out at the movie theater. Recurring gifts are a customized, convenient, and sustainable way to support Haverford and increase your impact. Learn more>

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    Submit Class News

    Keep us up-to-date about what's going on in your life. The deadline for Class News items for the next issue of Haverford magazine is January 2, 2015.

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Mark It Down

Sat Nov 01

Fords in Business Conference: The Road from Haverford to Business School

Location: Haverford College Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Tue Nov 04

Tosca Performance and Alumni Gathering

Location: San Francisco Time: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri Nov 07

Addressing the Value of a Liberal Arts Education

Location: Chestertown, MD Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm

In The News

  • Several Alumni Panels Help Celebrate The Haverford Difference

    Fri, 31 Oct 2014 00:00:00 EDT

    On Oct. 26, as part of the kickoff for the Lives That Speak Campaign, alumni in business, medicine, and public policy and service spoke on about how their time at the College helped shape their careers.

  • Telling the Whole Story

    Wed, 29 Oct 2014 00:00:00 EDT

    A new exhibit looks at how a collection of ancient Greek vases came to Special Collections via a notorious art dealer (and Haverford alumnus) and at broader issues around the illicit antiquities trade.