A Conversation with Agnès Peysson-Zeiss
The Bryn Mawr French lecturer talks about pedagogy, giving students a voice, and the power of graphic narratives.
What are some cherished memories from your first year at Bryn Mawr?
Revisiting Superstorm Sandy
A new set of oral histories captures the stories behind a life-changing storm.
Teaching Casablanca in Moscow
The Russia I came to know in 2010 differed profoundly from the country I had visited in the past. Yet much remained the same.
"It's Your Time"
An excerpt from the forthcoming memoir "Boundless: An Abortion Doctor Becomes a Mother" by Christine Henneberg
Welcoming Artists to Campus
New efforts to form an interdisciplinary artist-in-residence program.
An Activist's Cache
A newly catalogued collection of papers sheds light on the life and work of civil rights activist and educator Bertha Waters.
What was your most rewarding summer job or internship while at Bryn Mawr?
Faculty Profile: Madeline Cantor
A conversation with recently retired Bryn Mawr Dance Program Director Madeline Cantor.