Alumnae Bulletin

Francesca Mariani, '91

Francesca Mariani '91

Stem cell researcher is working with colleagues on ways to repair bone defects too severe to heal.

Arshiya Bose, '05

Arshiya Bose '05

Environmental scientist turned entrepreneur is the founder of "conservation project" Black Baza Coffee.

Lydia Fisher '20

Team Players

Separated by three decades, two Owls reflect on their field hockey careers.

Joy Rukanzakanza '19

Reaching Out in Zimbabwe

Joy Rukanzakanza ’19, a 2016 recipient of the Davis Projects for Peace Prize, facilitates access to education.

Cover of the Winter 2017 Alumnae Bulletin

What Do You Think of Our New Look?

We asked, and you answered—with a record number of letters about the new Bulletin.

Marianne Moore with Baseball

The Poet and the Pitch

Marianne Moore, Class of 1909, garnered fame as a poet—and a baseball fan.

Facing Up to Factories of Failure

Youth prisons reinforce the most negative aspects of young people's developing personalities.

Graduate Leigh Schaefer ’13

The Big Bang Theory

Leigh Schaefer ’13 is now working at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.

Gissell Montoya ’17

The Power of the Pipeline

Scores of Mellon Mays fellows have graduated from Bryn Mawr and gone on to earn advanced degrees and pursue distinguished careers.

Art and the Intellect

Mariam Souali talks with the Bulletin about the interplay between her academic study and her artwork.

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