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Your Story Here: Smoker Journals

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.

Monkeys in Puerto Rico

A Day in the Life

For student researcher, observing monkeys is harder than it sounds.

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The Story Tellers

On the Job in Ghana, with focus on creativity.

Deborah Farrington ’09 (left) and Emily Altiere ’10

A Summer of Science

Alumnae/i talk about research program and its role in their education and careers.

flowers

'Tis the Season

The Bulletin has compiled a small sampling of Mawrter-made treasures.

On the Job

Summer internships expand students’ horizons.

Lauren Phillips

Way Up North

Bryn Mawr connections on an archeological dig in Alaska.

Open Book

A Higher Education

Hanna Holborn Gray '50 fled Hitler's Germany in the 1930s and, like her parents, pursued a life of the mind.

Assistant Professor of History of Art Jie Shi

Jie Shi Brings Focus on Chinese Art, Architecture

7,000 life-size sculptures are just the beginning of the treasures discovered in earliest royal tombs.

Leslie Rescorla

Leslie Rescorla Continues to Build Her Legacy

A noted researcher with an eye for real estate development.

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