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

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Haverford, PA

Haverford College Dining Center, Bryn Mawr Room

You are invited to return to campus during Alumni Weekend 2019 for the annual Scarlet Sages Luncheon and Talk. Even if you are not celebrating a five-year class Reunion, we hope you will join us.

David Harrington Watt, Douglas & Dorothy Steere Professor of Quaker Studies, will be our featured speaker. We encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity to gather together and hear him speak on June 1! Please be sure to register before May 22, so that we can provide adequate seating space and enough food for all!

*Please note, this registration form is ONLY for those who are not registering for additional Alumni Weekend events. If you are celebrating a Reunion, or plan to attend Reunion events, please complete your Alumni Weekend registration online at hav.to/alumniweekend.

Register online by May 22.



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