In This Issue

Discourse
Bryn Mawr tech leaders discuss women's scarcity, growth potential, and next steps.
Discourse
Physics professor and students are working toward the "holy grail": fusion.
Discourse
Empowerment through words is the goal at NYC's foreboding jail.
Discourse
Anthropologist has found sound as worthy of study as text or images.
Discourse
Ancient beyond measure, Earth’s water is literally from another world.
President's Message
Framework of approach, requirements at Bryn Mawr have evolved over time.
Archways
Ph.D. candidate tells the story of Mexican modernism in age of civil war.
Discourse
When did you know that you’d made the right choice in coming to Bryn Mawr?

Bookshelf

Carol Hager (ed.)
Kathryn A. Kleppinger ’04, M.A. ’04
Jane McLaughlin, M.A. ’64

Campus News

Anassa Kata

When faced with the challenge of launching a netball development program in South Africa, she naturally turned 
to Bryn Mawr.

Thanks to Jacqueline Badger Mars ’61, 10 Mawrters attended the Washington National Opera’s performance of Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment.