Alumnae Bulletin


Teaching with Collections in an Online World

Special Collections continues its work pandemic notwithstanding.


Students Study Race

With support of an integrated library and information technology services team, Bryn Mawr was able to pivot phenomenally well to provide continuity for student's work.


From Barbados to Boston

For an architectural historian, a fellowship funds cross-disciplinary study.


Anassa Kata, Class of 2020

Reaching out from Philadelphia to Greece, California to Scotland, alumnae/i shared encouragement with the new graduates.


How Do You Defy?

Zaynab Ghazi ’22 (computer science and math) and Jamila Ghazi ’20 (economics and political science) answer the question.

Bryn Mawr's Loss

After being forced out of Bryn Mawr, Jessie Redmon Fauset helped shape the Harlem Renaissance.

Night Moves

The Graduate Group Symposium sheds light on the idea of darkness.