In This Issue

Harris Wofford
Feature
President Kim Cassidy pays homage to a global citizen, civil rights activist, U.S. senator, and Bryn Mawr president.
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Archways
Anu Atte '19, the SGA's first-ever Social Justice and Equity Chair.
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Discourse
Thomas' intellectual interests include British lit, the history of sexuality, and food studies.
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Feature
A salvage archaeology project delves into Philly’s uncovered past.
Molly Seavy-Nesper ’12
Feature
Writing background helps Seavy-Nesper ’12 in role on NPR flagship show.
Joris Hoefnagel’s "An Allegory of the Spanish Tyranny"
Feature
Every year, the Bryn Mawr College Libraries host culture-spanning exhibitions.
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Our Bryn Mawr
It was designed for cutting-edge 20th-century science. Ninety years later, Park Science has been reimagined for the 21st.
In front of Kyoto’s Nijō Castle.
Our Bryn Mawr
An Alumnae Association trip to Japan leaves travelers 'heto heto' but 'waku waku.'

Bookshelf

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Madelon Sprengnether ’64
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Katherine Fallon '03

Campus News

Anassa Kata

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I came to the U.S., on my own, in the 1980s as a young North African and Muslim woman to study math and science at Bryn Mawr.

Farhat Rahman '13

Farhat Rahman '13 talks about the shift to more nuanced depictions of South Asian American struggles in the film industry.