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Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Winter 2004 issue

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KEY TO THE PAST
A $441,600 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities will help offer new opportunities for interdisciplinary study to graduate students in three of the College’s most storied departments: Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology; Greek, Latin and Classical Studies; and History of Art.

BUILDING BOATS AND A BETTER WORLD By Alicia Bessette
During nine months spent in Maine as a boatbuilding apprentice, Emily Bogner ’02 developed her ideas about ways of building communities in the world.

HEPBURNIANA:
Kate smoked here By Fred Mogul
‘Christopher Columbus, what richness!’ By Judy Samelson
Not as trespassers, but invited guests, some 300 Bryn Mawr alumnae gathered at Sotheby’s on June 3 to preview one of the season’s hottest auctions—the sizeable estate of Katharine Houghton Hepburn ’28.

ON COURSE

Classical Studies 220: “Writing the Self,” with Catherine Conybeare, Assistant Professor of Greek, Latin and Classical Studies. Students read a wide range of autobiographies from the medieval period and discuss them from a self-consciously personal perspective. Many of the issues they raise remain vividly relevant.

College News
Class of 2008 second largest in BMC history.
Assistant Dean Christopher MacDonald-Dennis is first director of Bryn Mawr’s Office of Intercultural Affairs, created last spring as part of a restructuring of the College’s efforts to ensure a diverse and inclusive community of students, faculty and staff.
Campus smoking ban extended.
New cuisines and hours in dining halls.

Obituaries: Michael Powell, Reginald Bruce Collier

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