MAKING AN IMPACT By Reed Abelson '83
Alumnae who spoke at a College symposium about their experiences in business all share a dedication to hard work and thorough preparation, a willingness to take risks and embark on new challenges, and a streak of what can only be called cussed individualism.
Gloss of floor wax yields no spiritual fulfillment Anne Hobson Freeman '56 spins a metaphor for Bryn Mawr Graduates.
"Liberal Studies" to replace English 015-016 after trial year College President Mary Patterson McPerson, Ph.D. '69, and Karen Tidmarsh '71, Dean of the Undergraduate College, speak to reuning alumnae about Bryn Mawr's curriculum.
Heaven: an English village by Vrylena Olney Symes '40: Life in Northamptonshire is recollected from an American point of view.
View a selection of photos from Reunion 1996 on the Alumnae Association website