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Our Collective Endeavor: Boston

On Dec. 2, 2014, President Kim Cassidy joined alumnae/i, family, and friends in Boston to discuss how Bryn Mawr is meeting challenges, making choices, and managing change. It was a wonderful opportunity to s...

Bryn Mawr Student-Led Demonstration Makes Headlines

Bryn Mawr students organized a demonstration on December 8 in protest of the grand jury decisions not to pursue charges in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The demonstration was meant to bring at...

Bryn Mawr Among the Finalists for Presidential Award on Community S...

The Corporation for National and Community Service has once again recognized Bryn Mawr College for its exemplary community service programs, particularly lauding the College’s efforts in promoting economic...

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Bryn Mawr in the Media

Bryn Mawr Included in Philadelphia Inquirer Article on Colleges' Ebola Preparedness

Bryn Mawr President Kim Cassidy is quoted  in the Oct. 23 Philadelphia Inquirer article "Cautiou...

Professor of History and Africana Studies Kalala Ngalamulume on Ebola Myths

The Milwaukee Courier spoke with Associate Professor of History and Africana Studies Kalala Ngala...

Bryn Mawr Featured in Eastern Pa College Round Up by U.S. News

Bryn Mawr College was featured in U.S. News & World Reports’ Eastern Pennsylvania College...

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Bryn Mawr Bloggers

The Epic Theory of #fail

By Zubin Hill

"And behold, some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last.” Luke 13:30 ...

End of Semester Thoughts

By Fatema Sheikh

Just 8 days left, then I'm going home. Sophomore year's been interesting so far. Luckily, I didn'...

Hell Requests, Sister Visits, and Yuletide

By Zubin Hill

Christmas is in the air... My Bryn Mawr Thanksgivings tend to be rather dull events. It always se...

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Alumnae/i News

The Parthenon Enigma named to "100 Notable Books" List

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The Parthenon Enigma, by Joan Breton Connelly, M.A. ’79, Ph.D. ’84, was included on The New York Times’ “100 Notable Books of 2014” list. Back in February, The Parthenon Enigma was also ...

Leila Hull ’02 Wins Case Regarding Miranda Rights

Leila Hull ’02 recently argued and won a case in New York’s Court of Appeals. According to Appellate Advocates, the Court of Appeals issued a decision striking down the Queens County District A...

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Upcoming Events

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Shabbat

5:00PM to 8:30PM - 217-219 Cambrian Row Room 201

Shabbat

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Sports

Owls Respond Well in Loss to Penn State Brandywine

Bryn Mawr rebounds from tough loss to Hopkins by sticking with Nittany Lions in 73-43 game

Schmidt Named Centennial Conference Track Athlete of the Week

Strong weekend performances earn senior runner league recognition

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