“When I was 13, I watched Some Like it Hot and Marilyn Monroe pretends to have gone to Bryn Mawr. That really spoke to me.”
“I look around and I realize how lucky I am. I’m never going to live in a castle again for the rest of my life so I better enjoy it while it lasts!”
"Bryn Mawr is for life; it’s not for four years."
“Once I graduate from Bryn Mawr, I know I’ll be able to do anything.”
In the classroom and in the lab, Bryn Mawr prepared Ivana Wang ’15 for the joys, and setbacks, of science.
Art conservator Briana Feston '06 has worked on everything from Tim Burton maquettes to a 6th-century BC skull.
“I’m kind of obsessed with helping people — it’s what I want to do for my career and it’s what I’ve been focused on in my community service and academically,”
A professor of 18th- and 19th-century American literature never fancied herself a novelist – until she found herself immersed in writing a time-travel adventure novel
"Passion drives so much of science."
As the media liaison for Maersk, Alison Kosakowski ’01 landed the role of her life when Somali pirates hijacked the ship featured in Captain Phillips.