In This Issue
The recent decision to remove M. Carey Thomas’s name from the façade of Old Library is part of a broader reckoning with the College’s history.
How an ambitious, intergenerational collaboration re-envisioned a classic Greek tragedy for our times.
A new campus artwork by D.C.-based artist Nekisha Durrett will shed light on Bryn Mawr’s missing stories.
Our admitted students bring rich diversity to the campus across many dimensions, as well as academic excellence.
The assistant professor of biology talks about phagocytes, mentoring, and the beauties of rural Pennsylvania.
Life and literature come together in a Russian literature class for students and incarcerated men taught inside prison walls.
Distillery owner Melissa Katrincic '97 recently launched her third gin, made with butterfly pea flowers.
A GSSWSR-led webinar series connected Ukrainian social workers with expertise—and each other.