In This Issue
Bryn Mawr's program for non-science majors drawn to medicine continues to change lives and impact healthcare.
Nine Mawrters talk about how they found their life’s work in healthcare and how they maintain hope in challenging times.
Kim Cassidy on what the College is doing to make it more affordable for students and families
The Bronx-born entrepreneur wants to help shoppers meet their health goals with a newly launched app
An excerpt from the dark and poignant new memoir by Liz Scheier '00 about growing up in '90s Manhattan
The soon-to-retire athletics director reflects on Bryn Mawr student-athletes' success on and off the field
A midlife pivot to fiction paved a path from an actor's life in Manhattan to a writing role in rural Maine
Alumnae/i are invited to apply for open Alumnae Association Executive Board positions this summer