Summer 2017 // Anassa Kata
She has conducted pioneering research on jury behavior, public opinion and the death penalty, and eyewitness identification.
“I loved it immediately and have a joyful connection to my class and Rock dorm mates. There’s a vibe that I don’t know exists anywhere else.”
“I was lucky to come to Bryn Mawr. It was all about smart, successful women, and the faculty were amazing.”
In what may well be a first, graduate student Kuper received a lantern before the Greek play on May Day.
The group met monthly at the home of Barbara Powell ’62 to tackle Dante's epic three-part poem The Divine Comedy.
Her essay, “Maze of the Giant Heart,” recounts a post-breakup trip to the Franklin Institute with her ex.
A course at Bryn Mawr, Schools in American Cities, "set me on my path—it set my trajectory, and it felt like fate that I found the course so early on.”
She celebrated her 100th birthday with visits from family and friends and many cards.