Scarlet Sages

The 50+ Club

The Scarlet Sages are all Haverford College alumni who have celebrated their 50th Reunion. The group was started by Mather Lippincott '43.

The Scarlet Sages exist to enjoy the good life begun at Haverford, and shall join with classmates and Sages from neighboring institutions to further this pursuit of happiness.

The Scarlet Sages, along with the Bryn Mawr Golden Sages, and Swarthmore Garnet Sages plan trips throughout the year, typically in the Philadelphia region. Past events have included museum trips, lectures, and musical performances. For information on upcoming Scarlet Sages events, contact Liz Campbell, Scarlet Sages Coordinator, at (610)896-1189, or ecampbel@haverford.edu.



Upcoming Sage Events

Bryn Mawr, PA

Bryn Mawr College, Wyndham Alumnae House

Dr. Lynn Yeakel, Director of the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine, will speak on the importance of women being engaged in their communities, running for public office, and voting on Election Day 2020. We will gather at Wyndham Alumnae House for coffee, tea and muffins at 10:15 am. The talk will be from 10:30 to 11:15, with discussion until 11:45 am. Lunch will be served immediately following for those who have made reservations. Cost of talk is $10; Talk & Lunch $35. Questions? Contact Tracy Ryan at 610-526-5226.

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Bryn Mawr Room, Haverford College Dining Center

The Haverford College Scarlet Sages extend a cordial invitation to all members of the College community, the Bryn Mawr Golden Sages, the Swarthmore Garnet Sages, and our Friends at the Quadrangle for a special talk:

A Report from the Trenches: Archaeology in Greece Today and its Relevance to the Contemporary World

Thursday, November 8, 2018

10:30 a.m.

This event will take place in the Bryn Mawr Room of the Haverford College Dining Center and will feature speaker James C. Wright '68, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Classical & Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr College and Director of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece from 2012-2017. This presentation will focus on current research in Greece. Topics will include new discoveries, archaeological science research, and cultural resource management.

There is no cost for this talk but registration is required. A luncheon, primarily for Tri-College Sages, will follow the event at 12:30 p.m. This luncheon is offered at a cost of $20 per person, which requires payment with registration.

Please register by Wednesday, October 31. Questions may be directed to Liz Campbell, associate director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at (610) 896-1189 or ecampbel@haverford.edu.

Note: A map and information on visitor parking and handicapped access can be found online at hav.to/map. The event will be taking place at the building labeled "2" on this map. If you have accessibility concerns please contact Liz and she will work with you to ensure ease of attendance. Van service will be provided to and from the visitor lot.

REGISTER ONLINE


Don Scholl, Haverford Class of 1959, leads discussion in the book bindery on the grounds of the Historic Sugartown Village.


Washington, DC Sages enjoy a performance
and talk-back session with cast members of
The Velocity of Autumn at the Arena Stage.


David'65 & Barbara Fraser stand by one of the many textiles on exhibit at the
Perelman Museum of Art.

The Fraser's presented their talk,
Art of the Zo: Textiles from Myanmar, India and Bangladesh to the Haverford, Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore Sages in 2016