In This Issue

Jessica Schwartz, Julie S. Eng, middle, Sarah Kate Wilson, right.
Bryn Mawr tech leaders discuss women's scarcity, growth potential, and next steps.
Physics professor and students working in a lab.
Physics professor and students are working toward the "holy grail": fusion.
Artwork of pen/barbed wire
Empowerment through words is the goal at NYC's foreboding jail.
Professor Teaching
Anthropologist has found sound as worthy of study as text or images.
Artwork of hourglass
Ancient beyond measure, Earth’s water is literally from another world.
President Kim Cassidy
President's Message
Framework of approach, requirements at Bryn Mawr have evolved over time.
Mark Castro
Ph.D. candidate tells the story of Mexican modernism in age of civil war.
Students on lantern night
When did you know that you’d made the right choice in coming to Bryn Mawr?


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

Campus News

Anassa Kata

Zebbie Watson, '12

Her story “A Single Deliberate Thing” has won two major awards for short fiction: a 2016 O. Henry Prize and a 2016 Pushcart Prize.

Jackie Slaby, '15

In November 2016, the Growth and Structure of Cities major won election to the Battle Creek, Mich., school board.