“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.
“I have always believed that no one should be put in a cage unless there truly is no other option.”
Philadelphia-based visual and performance artist and independent curator's work examines, decolonizes, and reconstructs aspects of identity.