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  Bryn Mawr Now Archive: 2007  
trainee with computer   December 13, 2007: Alumna, Professor Collaborate to Create Intergenerational Conversation About Feminism; Narrowing Bryn Mawr's Digital Divide; New Faculty: To Hell and Back With Classical Scholar Annette Baertschi; On campus: Bryn Mawr Now Takes a Break, Combined Workplace Giving Campaign Pulls in $16K, Holiday Gathering
Spohrer   December 6, 2007: With Time to Spare, Challenging Women Exceeds Campaign Goal; New Faculty: Jennifer Spohrer Considers Media Revolutions, Then and Now; Goodhart Renovation Plan Approved By Historical Commision, Township; "First Suburbs" Conference to Bring Planners, Leaders to Thomas Great Hall to Discuss Agenda for Change; Bi-Co Chorale and Orchestra to Perform Carmina Burana This Sunday at Marshall; Fractal Art by Blythe Hoyle Exhibited in Philadelphia; Bryn Mawr in the News: Biden Puzzles Bloggers With Bryn Mawr Reference, Karen Responds
  November 29, 2007: Celebrated Poet Lucille Clifton Reads; Telanovela Spoof Offers Laughs, Social Commentary; Historian Susan Steward to Explore the Birth of Fashion in Michael Powell Memorial Lecture; Combined Giving Campaign Deadline Extended; Mental-Health Advocacy Group Hosts Benefit Performances; On Campus: Celebrating the Toads, Diversity Conversation Goes Virtual, Staff Holiday Fair, Breakfast With Santa
  November 15, 2007: Aszherae Gary '11 Honored as "Rising Star" by Philadelphia Education Fund; Hi-Hop Scholars to Screen Documentary; Greg Nichols, Newly Elected President of Professional Organization, Listens to Bryn Mawr's Champion Trees; Bryn Mawr Trustee Cheryl Holland '80 Honored as Business Pacesetter; Fall Student Dance Concert; Combined Giving Campaign Update; On Campus This Week: Race in an International Context, Bi-Co Orchestra, Hip-hop Artist Ohene, Renaissance Choir
Judy Wicks   November 8, 2007: Restaurateur-Activist Judy Wicks to Lecture on a "Green, Fair and Fun" Business Model; Bryn Mawr-Haverford Women's Rugby Team Wins Regional Championship, Heads to Nationals; Bryn Mawr Spoken-word Artists to Join Brave New Voices Poets on Stage; Inquirer Foreign Affairs Columnist Trudy Rubin to Lecture on the Future of U.S. in Iraq; Inquirer Columnist Edits Blog Featuring Bi-Co Students' Work; Bryn Mawr's Mary Osirim Featured at First Person Arts Festival Saturday; Bryn Mawr Among Top 20 Producers of Fulbright Scholars
Active Minds founder   November 1, 2007: Ragtime Author E.L. Doctorow to Read; Lord, Iwasaki Stage Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights as a Tribute to Goodhart Theater Before Renovation; Bryn Mawr Team Takes Top Spot in Spelling Bee; Campus Mental-health Advocates Win National Award; Taste of Home Winners Featured During Parents' Weekend; On Campus: Chamber Music, Final Flexner, Gifts for Kids
Monica Chander   October 25, 2007: Former Campus Compact Director Elizabeth Hollander '61 to Speak at Conference; Peacebots Picket Robotic Violence; Bryn Mawr in the News: Gillian Grassie's Harp Beat; New Faculty: Monica Chander Feels at Home With Students and Streptomyces coelicolor; Roman Glass Exhibition Opens With Gallery Talk; Bryn Mawr in the News: Maya Ajmera '89, CNN (S)hero; Combined Workplace Giving Campaign Aims to Strengthen College-Community Partnership; On Campus: Diversity — That's Funny; Fond Farewells; Trick-or-Treating; Second Flexner Lecture
Molly Leonard   October 18, 2007: Bryn Mawr Teams with Renowned Philadelphia Artists to Offer Semester-Away Performance Program; Khalidi's Flexner Lectures Offer Expert's Perspective on the Cold War and Its Aftereffects in the Mideast; "Webisodes" Offer Insight Into Life on Campus; Recent Graduate Wins National Essay Competition for Paper Written in Bryn Mawr Italian Course
Doug Blank and robot   October 4, 2007: Bryn Mawr to Play Major Role in $2.5 Million Project to Develop Humanoid Robots; Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott to Read Oct. 11; Symposium on Latino Studies Draws Scholars From Around the World; Filmmaker Susan Stryker to Screen Documentary on Transgender History
  September 28, 2007: Mideast Expert Rashid Khalidi to Give 2007 Flexner Lectures; New Faculty: Benjamin Cherel; Report From the Field: Shayna Israel's Procession of Lessons; On Campus: Presidential-search Update, Web Redesign Kickoff, Owl of the Week
Leslie Rescorla   September 20, 2007: Leslie Rescorla Named Hepburn Center Director; Inquirer Editors Discuss Writing Op-eds, Future of Journalism in Visit to Bryn Mawr; Yin Mei Explores Memory, History Through Dance; Former U.S. Poet Laureate Richard Wilbur to Read; Legendary Bryn Mawr Archaeologist's Talk To Open Exhibition on Her Predecessors; Bryn Mawr Athletics Weekly Update: Sept. 13-19 On Campus: Diversity and Social Justice, Visual Culture, Staff Association, Wyndham Dining Room Manager Honored
Maggie Siff   September 13, 2007: Bryn Mawr Grad Smokes Up the Screen in Mad Men, TV's Hottest Summer Drama; Conference Asks: What Should Colleges Do About Dangerous Behavior on Campus?; Washington National Opera's La Bohčme to Be Simulcast in Goodhart Sept. 23; Sports: Volleyball Advances to 6-0; Romzek Named Owl of the Week
  September 6, 2007: The Hot Club of San Francisco to Perform "Gypsy Jazz" in Goodhart; Creative Writing Reading Series Opens Sept. 27; Fall Sports Season Opens With Some Strong Performances; Dining Services Earns Accolades
  August 30, 2007: Bryn Mawr Greets the Class of 2011; 2007-08 Performing Arts Series Features Artists Bridging Cultures and Genres; BMC Chief Advancement Officer Diamond Takes UVM Post, Public Affairs Director Moves to F&M; Blankenship, Reese Win Instructional-Technology Fellowships; New Emergency Communication System in Place; New Provost, Haverford President to Appear at Fall Convocation Tuesday Morning; Bryn Mawr at the Fringe Festival; On Campus: Farewell to Nancy Collins, Event-Planning Workshop, Shofar Blowing
Sandy Schram   June 28, 2007: Schram Wins National Poverty Center Fellowship, McPherson to Assume Leadership of American Philosophical Society, Kuncl to Become Provost at University of Rochester, HDTV That Brings Nature to Living Rooms Brings National Park Visits Down, Says Biologist; 2007 McPherson Award Winners
stephen Salkever   May 17, 2007: Stephen Salkever Named Fellow of National Humanities Center; New Faculty: Sara Bressi Nath Investigates Health-Care Issues and Severe Mental Illness; Academic Awards Announced on May Day; Bryn Mawr Sophomore Leads Effort to Honor Virginia Tech Victims; Commencement 2007
May 10, 2007   May 10, 2007: Italian Professor Wins Grant to Travel to Florentine Libraries; Archaeology Graduate Student Wins Fulbright to Study in Athens; Fulbright Winner Indira Neill '07: A Sharp Eye on Culture; May Day Photo Album: Maypole, Mayhole, Hoop Rolling, African Dance, Scottish Country Dance
May 3, 2007   May 3, 2007: Anthropology Professor Philip Kilbride Awarded Fulbright to Study in the Czech Republic; Fulbright Winner Hannah Reiss: When Healing Styles Collide; Report from the Field: Nora Sidoti '07 on the Transformative Power of Theater; New Faculty: Pauline Lin Investigates the Origins of Landscape Culture in China; May Day Offers a Daylong Moratorium on Academic Effort
brymer   April 26, 2007: Cities Professor Carola Hein Wins Guggenheim Fellowship to Fund Study of the Global Architecture of Oil; Fulbright Winner Laura Brymer '07: Crossing Borders, Geographic and Disciplinary; Spring Dance Concert Offers a Variety of Styles; Bi-College Chorale to Perform Concert with Jewish Liturgical, Folklore Themes; "Contemplative Day of Work and Play" Offers Time Out for Reflection as Exam Week Approaches; Bryn Mawr Renaissance Choir to Sing 40th Anniversary Concert; On Campus: May Day, TLI, Diversity Conversation, Teach-in, Flash Fiction ... read more
mayuri troupe founder   April 19, 2007: A Herd of Frisky Robots Illustrates the Appeal of an Innovative Computer Science Curriculum; From a Fistful of Fulbrights: Laura Kramer '07; Founders of South Asian Dance Troupe to Pass the Torch After Saturday Performance; World-Renowned Author Neil Gaiman to Read; Bryn Mawr Sociologist Mary Osirim to Lecture on Effects of Globalization on Women in Zimbabwe; 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 ... read more
rhoads   April 12, 2007: One of Four Fulbright Fellows, Elizabeth Rhoads Will Study Land and Cultural Identity in Bali; Hepburn Fellow Jane Eisner to Deliver Commencement Convocation Address; Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Yusef Komunyakaa to Give Reading at Bryn Mawr; Katie Weng '09 Becomes Third BMC Runner to Qualify for Track and Field Nationals; Bryn Mawr Students Bring Puppet Circus to Goodhart During Theater Festival’s Second Week; Report from Abroad: Hannah Wood on Cairo; Bi-Co Music Events at Haverford: Chamber Singers Recall Ghana Trip, Bryn Mawrter Stars in Orchestra; CMSC 110 Students to Demonstrate Robots at Tuesday Ribbon-Cutting Event for IPRE; Tamagawa University Taiko Drummers and Dancers Return to Bryn Mawr in Cherry-Blossom Season ... read more
winkler   April 5, 2007: Marisa Winkler '08, Aspiring Drug Designer, Wins Goldwater Scholarship, IUPAC Award; Bryn Mawr-Haverford Theater Program's Third-Ever Student Theater Festival Continues; Archaeologist Brings Historical Perspective to the Reign of a Biblical Villain; Presidential Search Committee Formed; Campus Meetings Scheduled for Next Week; New Athletics Logo to Be Unveiled at Party in Bern Schwartz Gym; Women and the Global Economy Series Presents Isabelle Bakker on Gender and Macroeconomics ... read more
shumate   March 29, 2007: Truman Scholarship Recognizes "Exceptional Leadership Potential" in Tiffany Shumate '08; Poet Marie Ponsot to Give Reading at Bryn Mawr College; Undergraduate Curator Mounts Exhibition of Pottery from Cyprus; Student Theater Festival Opens Thursday; Bi-College Chamber Singers to Perform with Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare; Canaday Library's "reBound" Presents Artists' Reponses to Bookbinders of the Past; Leela Fernandes: Gender and the Politics of Globalization ... read more
Tierney   March 22, 2007: Kathleen Tierney Named Athletics Director; Amanda Young '07 Wins Watson Fellowship to Explore Libraries in Transitioning Societies; Colorado Quartet to Perform at Bryn Mawr; Philadelphia Orchestra Violinist Kimberly Fisher Joins Great Hall Chamber Orchestra on March 31; Franklin Institute Exhibit Director to Lecture on "Controversial" Science and the Public; Ambassador Teresita Schaffer '66 to Discuss India-U.S. Relationship in First Armstrong Lecture; International Justice Week Continues Through March 30; Cultural Critic Todd Gitlin: Is There an Antiwar Movement? Lecture Scheduled for Thursday, March 29; Partita Project Brings Baroque Dance to Goodhart; On Campus: Diversity and Free Speech, Echoes of Ghana, Majors and Careers ... read more
Stephenson   March 8, 2007: Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson Brings "Mathematical Magic" to Education Reform; Friends of the Library to Host Launch of a New History of Pennsylvania Women; Sankofa: A Singer's Report From Ghana; Notice: Smantha Barrow Reading and Open-Mike Postponed Until May 1 ... read more
McClatchy   March 1, 2007: Acclaimed Poet J.D. McClatchy to Read and Teach in BMC Creative Writing Program; Wu Brings a Subtler Palette to Discussion of Race at a 'Propitious Moment' for Coalition-Building; Prizewinning Author Caryl Phillips to Read; "Women and the New Global Economy" Series Opens with Renowned Scholar Saskia Sassen; Tabitha Performance to Focus on Humans and Technology; "Words That Hurt" Campaign; On Campus: Culturally Responsive Classrooms, Chamber Music ... read more
magee   February 22, 2007: Budding Archaeologists Dig into the Past at Bryn Mawr’s New Desert Outpost in Arabia; Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Paula Vogel to Read; Bryn Mawr Mourns Loss of Barbara Auchincloss Thacher '40; Presidential Search Committee Begins to Form ... read more
campaign logo   February 15, 2007: Challenging Women Campaign Passes $200 Million Mark; Drew Gilpin Faust '68 to Lead Harvard; Bryn Mawr at Harvard: A History of Blazing Trails; Lecture Marks Acquisition of Important Medieval Manuscript; Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Developing World; Basketball: Owls Defeat Haverford 66-51; New Journal of Civic Engagement Seeks Submissions; Educational Technology Conference Next Week ... read more
Vickers   February 9, 2007: President Nancy J. VIckers to Retire in 2008; Psychologist Kimberly Cassidy to Become Provost; Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana to Perform; Lifelong Activist Grace Lee Boggs, Ph.D. '40, to Speak;
Linda Bierds, Poetic Interpreter of Science and History, to Read and Teach at Bryn Mawr; Varied and Ambitious Dance Faculty Concert Set for Goodhart Stage; Vagina Monologues Performances This Friday, Saturday in TGH; BMC and BMFI to Host Director Matt Tauber ... read more
Julianne Malveaux   February 1, 2007: Young Alumna Honored for Work with Katrina Survivors; Economist Julianne Malveaux Headlines Black History Month; Historian to Discuss Findings of Brown University's Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice; Body Image Awareness Month Offers Film,
"Genes" Drive, Art-Therapy Workshop; On Campus: Religious Diversity, One Book Program, Live Stats ... read more
detail from bindery illustration   January 25, 2007: Bound and Determined Exhibition Opens with a Lecture on the History of Bookbinding; BMC Cagers Defeat Longtime Rival Swarthmore; LEAP to Offer Training in Leadership, Organizing Skills; On Campus: Spanish Cultural Series, Body Image Awareness, Visual Culture Colloquium, Chorale Seeks Tenors and Basses ... read more
Teahouse book cover   January 18, 2007: Ellis Avery '93 to Read from The Teahouse Fire ... read more
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