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Haverford College Junior pitcher Tommy Bergjans (Credit: David Sinclair)

Bergjans The Strikeout King At Haverford

Junior pitcher Tommy Bergjans has had success at Division III Haverford College pretty much since arriving on campus.

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Sunday Walking Tour At Haverford Arboretum

Going for a walk on a fall day is a great way to get some fresh air and see some beautiful trees and shrubs you might decide to plant in your own garden.


(Rented goats are eating unwanted underbrush at Haverford College.  Credit: John McDevitt)

Haverford College Turns To Goat Power To Clear Unwanted Vegetation

The animals are being rented from Brian Knox of Eco-Goats, in Maryland.


Jake Chaplin (credit: David Sinclair)

Haverford’s Chaplin Hoping To Turn Heads In Ogden

After getting a very brief taste of pro baseball last summer, Division III Haverford College product Jake Chaplin is looking to get a more extended look this year as he suits up for the Ogden (Utah) Raptors, the Rookie Pioneer League affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.


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Police: $10K In Booze Reported Stolen From Tent After U.S. Open

Police say $10,000 in booze was reported stolen from the Trophy Club tent following the U.S. Open.


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College May Still Be Costly For Students On Aid

The article in The Chronicle of Higher Education shows costs for low income students at more than 40 colleges, important information in helping them get to and succeed in college.


(credit: Mike Upstart, Haverford Arboretum)

Gardening Questions Answered At Haverford Arboretum

On Sunday, May 5, bring all your gardening questions to the Haverford Arboretum where you can walk and talk with a tree expert while touring the Arboretum in its springtime glory.


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Tough Times Push Colleges To Join Forces

How do colleges confront the costs of college without affecting quality? In these difficult economic times, there are some good examples.


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Student Impersonates President Of Haverford College In Email

Haverford College says a student used the school president’s name to send a hoax email about a purported change in financial aid.


Jake Chaplin (credit: David Sinclair)

Haverford’s Chaplin Settling Into Dodgers Organization

Haverford College product Jake Chaplin is getting ready for his first taste of pro baseball after signing a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers



Drexel University’s Squash Team Has A New, $2-Million Home

Drexel launched a varsity squash program last fall. Now, they have a $2 million facility to play in.



Haverford College Grad & Physician Writes “Doctor-Speak” Decoding Book

Having a sick or hurt child can be frightening and worrisome, and a visit with the doctor just might leave you more confused than anything. That’s why a Haverford College grad, now a pediatrician of long-standing, has a new book to help.


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A Few Delaware County Schools Participate In MLK Day Basketball Fundraiser

It’s become a Martin Luther King Day tradition in Delaware County. This will be the eleventh year of the “Hoops from the Heart” basketball clinics at various locations around the county.


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Food Co-Ops Sprouting Up Throughout Philadelphia Area

Co-ops are in the start-up phase in Doylstown, Elkins Park, Kensington and South Philadelphia.


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Haverford Cricket Heading To Cooperstown

Haverford College, home to the only varsity cricket team in the United States, is hoping to draw attention to a sport unfamiliar to many in this country.