PETER ALBERT STURTEVANT III AMONG HAVERFORD COLLEGE'S 2011 GRADUATES
- Student: Peter Sturtevant III
- School: Haverford College
[Haverford, PA, May 15, 2011] - Haverford College is pleased to announce the graduation, with honors, of Peter Albert Sturtevant III, son of Amy and Peter Sturtevant of Bethesda, Md., and a graduate of The St. Albans School. One of 299 members of Haverford’s Class of 2011, Sturtevant received a bachelor’s degree in Religion during commencement ceremonies in Haverford, Pa., on Sunday, May 15.
The title of Sturtevant’s Senior Thesis, which is the capstone of the Haverford academic experience, is Hidden Meanings: Metaphor as Salvation in the Gospel of Thomas.
One of America's leading liberal arts colleges, Haverford is a close-knit intellectual community located just outside Philadelphia on a serene campus that is a nationally recognized arboretum. Founded in 1833, Haverford is the oldest institution of higher education in North America with Quaker roots and is today a non-sectarian and highly diverse institution that retains many of the guiding principles of its founders, such as emphasis on community and respect for individual conscience. Haverford’s 1,200 students, who enjoy an 8 to 1 student-faculty ratio, come from independent and public schools across the United States and 17 countries around the world.
For a recap of Haverford’s 2011 Commencement ceremony go to: http://news.haverford.edu/blogs/haverblog/2011/05/15/commencement-2011-2/
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