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February 1, 2007

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Young Alumna Honored for Work with Katrina Survivors

After a year of full-time service to Katrina survivors, Akudo Ejelonu '05 has returned to Philadelphia with an impressive laurel: Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health and Roberto C. Goizueta Business School recognized her efforts with a Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award.


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Economist Julianne Malveaux Headlines Black History Month

Economist and pundit Julianne Malveaux will highlight Bryn Mawr's observance of Black History Month with a keynote address titled "The Unfinished Business of Economic Justice" on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Great Hall.

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Historian to Discuss Findings of Brown University's Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice

Associate Professor of American Civilization and Africana Studies and History James T. Campbell will offer "A Long Time Ago: Reflections on Brown University's Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice," in Thomas Great Hall at 2 p.m.

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Bound and Determined Exhibition Opens with a Lecture on the History of Bookbinding

A new exhibition will open Tuesday, Jan. 30, in the Rare Book Room in Canaday Library with a lecture by Daniel Traister, curator of research services at the Annenberg Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Ellis Avery '93 to Read from The Teahouse Fire

Ellis Avery '93, whose debut novel The Teahouse Fire has earned glowing praise from reviewers, will return to Bryn Mawr on Wednesday, Jan. 24. At 7:30 p.m. in Ely Room of Wyndham House, Avery will read from her novel and demonstrate the Japanese tea ceremony that is central to its narrative.

Professor Davidson  

Federal Government Expands Bryn Mawr's National Flagship Language Programs

Under the auspices of the federal government's National Security Education Program, Professor of Russian Dan Davidson is leading an effort to address a need for better proficiency in "languages critical to the nation's security."

Lauren Bacall  

Video From Hepburn Launch Gala Available

At the gala celebration of the launch of the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center at the Kimmel Center in September, videographers recorded the awards ceremony at which Lauren Bacall and Blythe Danner received the first Katharine Hepburn Medals. Excerpts from the ceremony are now available for download.



Body Image Awareness Month Offers Film, "Genes" Drive, Art-Therapy Workshop

On Campus: Religious Diversity, One Book Program, Live Stats







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