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President’s Office to Hold Community Learning Day on March 18

The President’s Office has enlisted the help of faculty, staff, students, and outside facilitators to organize, plan, and promote the inaugural Community Learning Day. The day will feature performances, pa...

By Questioning Conventional Wisdom, Archaeology’s Peter Magee...

For nearly a quarter century, Magee has worked to bring understanding and attention to the Arabian Peninsula, a vast area that takes in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, the UAE, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait. His grou...

Plans for New Perry House Shaping Up, Committee to Take Last Look a...

With just about six months left until it opens, plans for the new Perry House are rapidly becoming more concrete. Earlier this week, Perry House Committee member Khadijah Seay ’16 posted the first update t...

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Bryn Mawr in the Media

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 ...

Psychology Professor Clark McCauley Quoted by Media Covering Violence in the Middle East

Bryn Mawr Psychology Professor Clark McCauley, whose recent research has focused on the process o...

Slate History Blog Highlights Anti-Suffrage Book from Bryn Mawr Archives

Bryn Mawr College Special Collections manages extensive collections of art, artifacts, rare books...

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Bryn Mawr Bloggers

Surviving Midterms

By Isha Pandya

It is the middle of the semester and, of course, that means midterms. Whether that consists of ex...

On Being Injured

By Jenn Thoman

This will be a shorter post, because like the rest of Bryn Mawr, I’m hunkered down with my ...

Posse Plus + Customs Committee

By Meera Jayaraman

Crime and punishment can be an intense topic to discuss, especially when it so deeply has affecte...

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Alumnae/i News

Judith Greenberg, Ph.D. ’72, Appointed Deputy Director of NIGMS

Judith Greenberg, Ph.D. ’72, was appointed the deputy director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). She has served as the acting deputy director since October 2013. As d...

Anna Mapp ’92 Wins Award for Study of Proteins


Anna Mapp ’92 is the most recent recipient of the 2015 The Emil Thomas Kaiser Award, given by the Protein Society. This award recognizes a recent, highly significant contribution in applying chem...

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Inside Bryn Mawr

Nominations for Thomas Prize in Diversity Due Monday

The following email was sent to faculty, students, and staff by the Thomas Prize Committee on Wed...

Upcoming Academic Tech Opportunities

The following email was sent to faculty, students, and staff by Coordinator for Academic Technol...

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Upcoming Events

Leslie Alexander Endowed Lecture - CANCELED

4:30PM to 5:30PM - SWSR Katharine Lower Conference Room: President Kim...

InterVarsity Meeting

7:00PM to 9:30PM - Thomas Quita Woodward Room

CDA Meeting

9:15AM to 10:15AM - Campus Center Room 200

LDS Meeting with Brother Muldowney

4:30PM to 6:00PM - 217-219 Cambrian Row Room 201

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Owls Pick Up First Win of Season in Impressive Fashion

Lacrosse earns 16-5 victory over Lancaster Bible; Steele leads way with six goals in game

Indoor Track & Field Closes Out 2014-15 on High Note

Owls clinch 9th place in conference championship after an array of top performances

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