In This Issue

The Piccards (left and center) with Edward J. Hill before a test flight, May 1934.

How one alumna set her sights on new heights for women.

Saguaro and sunset

A contingent of Bryn Mawr alumnae are making their mark on the Arizona city.

Artist and student look at empty boxes that remain from the uranium once stored in the collection.

Special Collections’ partnerships with the 360° program and Who Built Bryn Mawr?

Kim Cassidy speaking at podium
President's Message
Photo of Monica Potts

An insider’s perspective on being poor, white, and female in rural America.

Yearbook photo of Lilli Schwenk '42

Class of 1942 alumna depicted in the summer blockbuster Oppenheimer.

Ruth Lindeborg and Millie Bond in Great Hall
Our Bryn Mawr

Chief of staff position passes from one Bryn Mawr alumna to another.


A Ph.D. candidate exploring atomic energy exchange
has been named an NSF Fellow.

Anassa Kata

Travel with Bryn Mawr

This unique program reveals the critical role that the French capital played in African American history. From the banks of the Seine River to storied landmarks and beyond, follow in the footsteps of prominent Black musicians, writers, and luminaries and understand how African Americans helped shape the identity of this magical city!

Save the Dates!

The 2024 International Forum will be held on Friday, March 8, 2024, in a live-streamed online format on the theme of global learning and education, featuring alumnae/i, faculty, and students, along with remarks by President Kim Cassidy. And we are excited to announce that the 2025 International Forum will convene in-person. We are making plans to meet in London in Spring 2025 for a weekend of dynamic programs, discussions, and connections with alumnae/i from around the world.