I am a senior majoring in History of Art with a Gender and Sexuality Studies concentration. I am the co-head of Bryn Mawr's Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (Fem-Co), an editor of the college news, and the president of the Bryn Mawr Beekeeping Club. I hail from Provo, Utah and I like napping in the library.
Hometown: Provo, Utah
Major: History of Art
Concentration: Gender and Sexuality Studies
I'm a senior History of Art major and English minor from Chicago. I work as a tour guide in Admissions and am the Social Media Intern for the Communications Office. With help from Bryn Mawr funding, I spent this past summer in Philadelphia working as a Curatorial Intern at the Institute of Contemporary Art. I'm a Radnor-for-Lifer, play bass in a band, and can recite "Clueless" verbatim.
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
Major: History of Art
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Born and raised in New Jersey, I am now a sophomore here at Bryn Mawr College pursuing a pre-veterinary track. I love dancing, music, food, reading, and talking; which is why I love making videos! In addition to this video blog, I make educational videos on my YouTube channel and I am a part of Tri-Co Mayuria South Asian fusion dance team. I love learning about the world around me, both in and out of the classroom and I love sharing what I learn with others. In the future, I aspire to help rehabilitate endangered/threatened species of animals around the world by constructing communities in which both wild animals and humans can coexist in harmony.
Hometown: Belle Mead, NJ
Major: Undeclared; interested in Biology
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I am involved with the Civic Engagement Office, Art Club, Self Government Association, and teaching art classes at a local elementary school. I also work as a tour guide and a hall advisor in Denbigh. I have had several international opportunities through the 360° program, Haverford College's Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, and study abroad, allowing me to travel to Ghana, Indonesia, and Denmark.
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
Minors: Child and Family Studies, Environmental Studies
From a shoreline town in New England, I am a sophomore at Bryn Mawr where I am a three-season athlete. I love to see the world around me from a street view not available on Google Maps while running with the Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field programs at Bryn Mawr. I have spent this past summer working in special education. I hope to continue in this field in the future.
Hometown: East Lyme, Connecticut
Greetings from the Midwest (#ClevelandPride)! I am a light blue loving, class of 2016-er interested in psychology, education, and child and family studies. I will be customs in Erdman as well as one of the social and cultural co-heads for Sisterhood. I love to dance, shop, and knit but tweeting and Beyonce have my heart. My life goal? To have a positive impact on someone’s life.Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
I'm a senior English Literature Major and Film Studies Minor from sunny southern California. I'm 2014 Class Co-President, a member of the Bryn Mawr Soccer Team, and the SGA Outreach Committee. My ultimate dream job is to follow in the family footsteps and pursue a career in the film industry or become a KPOP backup dancer.
Hometown: Alta Loma, Calif.
Minor: Film Studies
Born in Connecticut but raised in Seoul, South Korea, I am a third-culture kid interested in traveling all over the world. I love music, exercise, good food and fashion. As a History major and Political Science minor, I am interested in IR and Diplomacy. I am so excited to be studying abroad during the fall term in Copenhagen, Denmark, focusing on Strategic Communications and Marketing, as well as European Humanities. I cannot wait to travel and have Europe as my classroom, as well as meet new people and make some memories!
Hometown: Seoul, South Korea
Major: History; minor: Political Science
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