Fall 2001 cover

Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Fall 2001 issue

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LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD
Reunion 2001 was a weekend for catching up with old friends and learning about the Bryn Mawr of today and of the future. Steven Z. Levine showed how digital media are transforming the way students learn about the history of art. President of the College Nancy J. Vickers, co-editor of The Medusa Reader, explained how this mythological figure has become "a fashion model, a logo and a figure for the present age."

SATURDAYS FOR SELF By Jean Henry, M.S.S. '92
A program for mothers and children living in shelters brought them into Philadelphia's greater community and afforded opportunities for creative expression of the self through weekly arts sessions.


Commencement honors
Convocation speaker Drew Faust '68 on ritual
Sports Scholars awarded
Women athletes in film
Praxis: new experiential learning program at Bryn Mawr
Comparative Literature Review
A campus of many cultures: Spring diversity discussions
ASA Culture Show
The Philadelphia Mural Project
Science in Society lectures
Women in Science symposium, October 26-27, 2001
Gina Kolata of the New York Times on science writing
'Tut tut': of papryi and baseball
Garbologist William Ratje
Anna Kisselgoff '58 on the state of the ballet
Bach's odyssey of the soul
Readings
Bruce Cole, Ph.D. '69 heads NEH
Helen Bacon '40, Ph.D. '55 honored by ACLU

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