Spring 2004 cover

Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Spring 2004 issue

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A LIFE ALOFT By Denise Morchand-Erwin '54
Danger comes with the job of bush piloting in Africa.

DOING WELL, DOING GOOD By Alicia Bessette
ForesTrade, the organic spice company of Sylvia Blanchet '74, invests in the triple bottom line: a business's potential economic, environmental, and social impacts.

SUMMERS BEYOND THE COMFORT ZONE
Internships allow students to test skills and explore interests in a work place setting.

'TEACHING ONESELF' By Hana Brown '01
An Alumnae Regional Scholar's experience prepared her for challenges faced when she returned to rural Tanzania to help establish an educational resource center.

BUILDING BRIDGES THROUGH ART
Elana Haviv '94 and Kate Chumley '94 connect teens from Bosnia and school children from New York City through the exhibit "Aftershocks."

ON COURSE
Can computers think? ComputerScience 371 with Assistant Professor of Computer Science Douglas Blank is an introduction to cognitive science, the interdisciplinary study of intelligence in mechanical and organic systems.


Online Feature:
THE SWIM TEST
By Becky Caracappa 72

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BMC seal College News
Jane Caplan takes Oxford post
Exhibit on "'Picturing' Women"
BMC programmers place
Chenoa Marquis '03 named Rhodes Scholar
Alumnae physicians honored

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