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October 18, 2007

Dancers  

Bryn Mawr Teams with Renowned Philadelphia Artists to Offer Semester-Away Performance Program

Next fall, a small group of undergraduates from around the country will have a chance to "test-drive the life of an artist" in Philadelphia, the home of vibrant experimental performing-arts communities.

 

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Rashid Khalidi  

Khalidi's Flexner Lectures Offer Expert's Perspective on the Cold War and Its Aftereffects in the Mideast

Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies and Director of the Middle East Institute at Columbia University, will deliver the Flexner lectures on the United States, the Middle East and the Cold War.

 
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"Webisodes" Offer Insight Into Life on Campus

The Admissions Office has developed four "webisodes," short videos about life at Bryn Mawr that are available as streaming media on the Admissions Office's Web site. The Webisodes are being unveiled one at a time, every few weeks as the fall semester progresses.

     
Molly Leonard  

Recent Graduate Wins National Essay Competition for Paper Written in Bryn Mawr Italian Course

At its annual convention in Washington, D.C., the American Association of Teachers of Italian recognized Molly Leonard '07 as one of just four winners in its nationwide essay contest.

 

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Bryn Mawr to Play Major Role in $2.5 Million Project to Develop Humanoid Robots

Bryn Mawr, four other U.S. universities and three Korean universities have been awarded a five-year grant for $2.5 million to advance humanoid-robot design and capabilities in the United States and Korea.

     
 

Leslie Rescorla Named Hepburn Center Director

Leslie Rescorla, a professor of psychology and director of the Child Study Institute and the Thorne Early Childhood Programs, will take the helm of the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center for the next two years.

     
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Legendary Bryn Mawr Archaeologist's Talk To Open Exhibition on Her Predecessors

Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway will reflect on the work of the extraordinary female archaeologists who came out of Bryn Mawr in the early part of the century in a lecture Tuesday, Sept. 25.

 

 

 

 
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