Alumnae Bulletin

Solar Settlement in Frieburg, Germany

Just Say No

Despite its bad rap, NIMBY can be good for everyone, Professor Carol Hager writes.

Darla Ida Himeles and President Cassidy

Darla Ida Himeles '03

Her poetry explores extinction and loss—both animal and human—and her teaching exposes students to contemporary poets from a multitude of backgrounds.

Maryo Gard Ewell

Maryo Gard Ewell '70

In "retirement," she's continued work toward improving communities by strengthening their nonprofits.

Flat Athena

Flat Athena

Hundreds of Flat Athenas have been circulating in every corner of the globe as part of Project Mawrter.

Aneesah Latise Akbar-Uqdah has her lieutenant bars pinned on by her uncle Christopher Fowler & mother Hajja Khalilah Karim-Rushdan

Aneesah Latise Akbar-Uqdah ’07 Goes from Anassa Kata to Semper Fi

Akbar has long sought a career that would merge her passion for public health and her appetite for developing solutions to national security issues.

Book Jacket

More American than Apple Pie

Revisiting a long-ago trial, an alumna sheds light on the American way of dissent.

Karen Anderson

Standing Together

Across generations, two Mawrters forge careers at the American Civil Liberties Union.

Book collection images

Gift of Books

A prized collection of books from Wen and Connie Fong '55 donated to the College focuses on the history of Chinese and East Asian art.

President Cassidy

For Admissions, Science Meets Art

Providing easier ways for engagement with Bryn Mawr also generates greater interest.