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October 26, 2006

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Pulitzer Winner Richard Ford to Read From New Novel

Richard Ford, whose novel Independence Day was the only book ever to win both the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award, will read from his long-awaited new novel, The Lay of the Land, on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in Thomas Great Hall.


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Bryn Mawr Undergrad Wins Research-Poster Competition

Beverly Burgess '07, a double major in biology and psychology, recently won first prize for most outstanding undergraduate poster at the Drexel University College of Medicine's Discovery Day, an annual event at which the results of biomedical research are presented.

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Clinton-Gore Adviser, Kennedy School Prof Elaine Kamarck '72 to Speak

Elaine Kamarck '72, who was a prominent figure in the Clinton-Gore administration and is now a lecturer in public policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, will give a talk titled “The 2006 Election: Plate Tectonics and Lightning Strikes in American Politics” at 8 p.m. on Nov. 2 in Dalton 103.

From Recent Issues:

photo of Clinton   Clinton Visit Adds Luster to Students' Internships Braving skies that signaled an impending downpour, an enthusiastic crowd welcomed former President Bill Clinton, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell and Democratic candidate for Congress Lois Murphy to Bryn Mawr's Thomas Cloisters on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

Bryn Mawr Rowing Coach Inducted into UCLA Hall of Fame Bryn Mawr Head Rowing Coach and a 1984 Olympic gold medalist in the women's eights, Carol Bower was inducted into the Hall of Fame at an awards dinner on Friday, Oct. 6.

photo of Danner and Bacall   Literati, Glitterati Meet at Hepburn Center Launch Gala Lauren Bacall and Blythe Danner captivated an audience of more than 500 alumnae and friends of Bryn Mawr College as they accepted the inaugural Katharine Hepburn Medals.
Photo of pembroke arch   Washington Monthly: Bryn Mawr is Number One Last month, the College took the top spot among liberal-arts schools in the publication's annual college rankings, which aim to measure how well colleges and universities serve the public interest by fostering research, an ethic of national service and social mobility.
photo of Judy Wicks   Five Hepburn Fellows to Bring Expertise to Campus Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center Director of Planning and Development Michelle Francl has announced the names of five women who will serve as Hepburn Fellows during the Center's first two years.


Evan, Parks to Read at Kelly Writers House

Chamber Music Society to Play Mozart, Stravinsky, Copeland

On Campus: Frederica de Laguna Lab Dedication, Student Ensembles Perform at Haverford, Halloween Parties, Folk Saints of Spanish America







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