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April 19, 2007

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A Herd of Frisky Robots Illustrates the Appeal of an Innovative Computer Science Curriculum

Twenty-four blue "Scribbler" robots were dancing, drawing and making music in a Park Science Building classroom as students showed off what they've accomplished in a groundbreaking computing course.


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From a Fistful of Fulbrights: Laura Kramer '07

This week, Bryn Mawr Now continues a series of profiles of four graduating seniors who have won Fulbright Fellowships for the 2007-08 academic year with a look at Laura Kramer, who will travel to Madrid, Spain, next year on a Fulbright English teaching assistantship.


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Founders of South Asian Dance Troupe to Pass the Torch After Saturday Performance

When the dance troupe Mayuri performs in Pembroke Studio on Saturday, April 21, at 8 p.m., it will be the last performance with the group for founders Piyali Bhattacharya and Gayatri Deodhar, both graduating seniors.




World-Renowned Author Neil Gaiman to Read

Bestselling author Neil Gaiman, whose celebrated Sandman series of graphic novels is widely considered a groundbreaker in introducing comic books to a literary audience, will read at Bryn Mawr on Tuesday, April 24, at 7 p.m., in Thomas Great Hall.




Bryn Mawr Sociologist Mary Osirim to Lecture on Effects of Globalization on Women in Zimbabwe

Professor of Sociology Mary Osirim will wrap up the Center for International Studies' lecture series on women in the new global economy next Thursday, April 26.


From Recent Issues:


One of Four Fulbright Fellows, Elizabeth Rhoads Will Study Land and Cultural Identity in Bali

Elizabeth Rhoads '07, an anthropology major with a concentration in peace and conflict studies, will spend her Fulbright year studying the complexities of cultural identity and land ownership in Bali.


Report from Abroad: Hannah Wood on Cairo

Hannah Wood '08, an English major with a concentration in creative writing, spent the fall semester abroad in Egypt at American University in Cairo, where she studied Arabic language and English literature. She reflects on her stay in Cairo.


Marisa Winkler '08, Aspiring Drug Designer, Wins Goldwater Scholarship, IUPAC Award

Marisa Winkler '08, a chemistry major with a concentration in biochemistry, has had a banner week: she was notified that she has won two prestigious national awards.


Truman Scholarship Recognizes "Exceptional Leadership Potential" in Tiffany Shumate '08

Tiffany Shumate '08, who aspires to a career working toward social change as an urban educator, has won a Harry S. Truman Scholarship, awarded annually to about 70 college juniors "with exceptional leadership potential."



Bryn Mawr Unveils New Athletic Logo

Expert on Sports and Race Relations to Speak

Conference to Examine Medieval Poetry of Spain in Arabic, Hebrew and Mozárabe Languages

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