Alumnae Bulletin

A detail from Brigid Manning-Hamilton’s Peacock in Common Time, a pulpit fall at the North United Methodist Church in Indianapolis.

Art and Reinvention

Creative enterprises mean remaining open to invention, these two alumnae have found.

A Double Life

Lauren Faber ’07: Research manager by day, standup comedian by night.

Prized Poetry

Natalie Kawam '19 earns award for her work "The Pulse."

Ashleigh Muratore '18

First in Family

These two Mawrters were pioneers in more ways than one.

Piper Sledge

Negotiating Gender in Medicine

Sociologist Coutinho-Sledge explores experiences of patients.

Posse participants

Posse Power

This cluster of the brightest tech minds is forging uncommon bonds—and successful college careers.

Susan Walker Fitzgerald speaking to crowd

In the Beginning

Higher education's first self-governance association was born right here in 1892.

SGA Timeline

Self-Government Association: From 1892 to Today

Bryn Mawr's foundational system has remained relevant across the decades.

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