Bryn Mawr rappers Shayna Israel and Menda Franchise Francois -- 3 x a Lady 

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January 31, 2008

3XL: Bryn Mawr Rappers Introduce Philly To Hip-hop with a Feminist Attitude
Shayna Israel Unlike any other hip-hop crew Bryn Mawr rapper Shayna Israel knows of, 3 X A Lady is based on feminist politics. Their Myspace page declares, "Battling sexism and the patriarchy, they are some of the first women rappers to explicitly use the F-word: Feminist." Their lyrics confront racism, misogyny, and homophobia. At their Philadelphia New Year's Eve debut, women in the audience "were screaming, thanking us, saying they have been looking for this kind of hip-hop."

"Young Lion" Olga Grushin to Read Fiction at Bryn Mawr
author Olga Grushin Author Olga Grushin, who was chosen as one of Granta magazine’s "21 Best American Fiction Writers Under 35" last year and received the 2007 New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award, will give a reading at Bryn Mawr College on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Ely Room of the Wyndham Alumnae House


Q & A: Economist David Ross on the Fiscal-Stimulus Package
economist David Ross On Tuesday, Congress passed a $146 billion fiscal-stimulus package that will include tax rebates for millions of taxpayers. Will it really boost the ailing economy? Associate Professor of Economics David Ross, the co-author of the leading textbook in industrial organization, offers his opinions on the stimulus package, taxation and the use of fiscal policy to steer the economy.

Prince Among Slaves: Screening, Discussion of the History of an Enslaved African Muslim in America
movie still depicting turbaned man Next Wednesday, Feb. 6, the Bi-College Muslim Students Association will observe Black History Month with a look into a little-known corner of American and African history. The MSA, with support from a number of campus organizations, will host a screening of Prince Among Slaves, an award-winning documentary about Abdul Rahman Ibrahima Sori, an African Muslim prince who was captured in 1788 and spent 40 years in slavery in the American South before finally regaining his freedom. Howard University Professor of African Studies Sulayman Nyang will kick off a discussion of the film, and entertainment will be provided by Progress Theater, a mulitdisciplinary performance troupe.

Bryn Mawr in the News
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Chemistry Professor Michelle Francl Takes on Pseudo Science

UPDATE: Francl is interviewed by Al Jazeera America for a May 5, 2015 segment on this topic. Chemistry Professor Michelle Francl recently appeared ...

Google Doodle Calls Attention to Emmy Noether on 133rd Anniversary of Her Birth

Former Bryn Mawr faculty member Emmy Noether was the subject of the March 23 Google Doodle. Upon her passing in 1935, Albert Einstein wrote to  Th...

Bryn Mawr College’s Geology Department Still Rocks

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Bryn Mawr’s Geology Department is the subject of a feature in the latest Main Line Today. From “Bryn Mawr College’s Geology Depar...

Creative Writing’s Daniel Torday Continues to Garner Media Attention with Debut Novel

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Fresh on the heels of this glowing review in The New York Times, Creative Writing Program Director Daniel Torday’s debut novel, The Last Flig...

President Cassidy Writes to The New York Times About the Underrepresentation of Women and Minorit...

Following up on her recent blog post on the topic, Bryn Mawr President Kim Cassidy sent a letter to The New York Times in response to a recent Char...

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