Winter 2019

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Exhibitionism: From Beirut to Bryn Mawr

Every year, the Bryn Mawr College Libraries host culture-spanning exhibitions, and with a trio of exhibitions on the gallery roster, this academic year is no exception.

The Candidates

The following alumnae/i are up for election to the Alumnae Association Executive Board (except as noted).

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Jinane Abounadi '87

I came to the U.S., on my own, in the 1980s as a young North African and Muslim woman to study math and science at Bryn Mawr.

The Next Generation: Lives of Purpose

Two of our bloggers embrace causes to make the world a better place.

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The Next Generation: I Double-Declared

For a glimpse into today’s Bryn Mawr, we’ve turned to the real experts—current students who blog for the College and share an intimate view of their experiences.

The Next Generation: The Vitality of What Will Be

For a glimpse into today’s Bryn Mawr, we’ve turned to the real experts—current students who blog for the College and share an intimate view of their experiences.

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The Next Generation: Café Culture in France and the Art of Taking One’s Time

For a glimpse into today’s Bryn Mawr, we’ve turned to the real experts—current students who blog for the College and share an intimate view of their experiences.

Your Story Here: Friday Morning at the P.O.

One thing’s for certain: Mawrters have a lot to say. This issue features four alumnae/i voices from the ’60s to the present decade.

Farhat Rahman '13

Farhat Rahman '13

Farhat Rahman '13 talks about the shift to more nuanced depictions of South Asian American struggles in the film industry.

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