HEPBURN: BRYN MAWR GOLD
We honor the legacy of Katharine Houghton Hepburn '28 and excerpt from her talk to Bryn Mawr seniors in 1973 and her 1985 Centennial Convocation address.
NODES ON THE LEARNING TREE By Elliott Shore
Bryn Mawr's recently consolidated Information Services supports faculty and students in their use of technology for teaching and research.
AROUND THE CAMPFIRE By Martha Bayless '80
The Bryn Mawr Listserve is a community of extraordinary women, looking out for one another and talking about everything under the sun.
QUEEN HORNET'S SONG By Alicia Bessette
National Geographic TV Sound Editor Miho Nasu-Kapila '92 won an Emmy for her work on a documentary about the life cycle of Japan's o-oh suzumebachi, the largest hornets in the world.
Online Features: LIKE A ROCK: GEOLOGY AND ME
SPANNING FIVE DECADES: BRYN MAWR AND THE PORTLAND WALDORF SCHOOL By Lauren S. Johnson '88
LIKE A ROCK: GEOLOGY AND MEBy Kit Bakke, ’68
Reading Series brings Maxine Hong Kingston
New psychology facility
Bryn Mawr's athletic model praised in study
"The Geosophist's Tears."
Faculty Obituaries: Ramona T. Livingston, Melville T. Kennedy