Alumnae Bulletin

The Life of the Mind

"I viewed myself as having to overcome disadvantages that might hinder my success."

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We Will Not Settle

An Interview with Aaliyah Joseph '22.

Revisiting Bryn Mawr

"After I left the College, both race and gender became primary causes for me as a divorced Black woman navigating the corporate world."

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Tree is Me: Self-Portrait

Trees are symbols of knowledge, strength, and endurance.

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Paradoxes, Miseries…Not for Trade

I was an outlander and have so remained.

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Challenging My Beliefs

Doesn’t everyone deserve to be loved?

All of Earth's Children

"I cry in love and compassion for all of Earth’s children, and I pray for them too!"

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Pain and Hope

I am optimistic about our success and our future.

Black at Bryn Mawr: a Timeline

The work of many students, faculty and staff made it possible to construct this timeline, which is based on information currently available.

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The Myth of the Monolith

Alumnae/i from across generations share evolving stories of being Black at BMC.

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