Election Day Shuttle
Tuesday, November 3, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm, Goodhart Hall
The Career & Civic Engagement Center is offering free rides for BMC student voters to our polling place located at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church.
Students can board the shuttle at Goodhart Hall--please remember to bring your College ID, wear your mask, and practice social distancing.
Staff from the Center will be on hand to answer questions and offer assistance.
Light the Night
November 3-6, ongoing, Senior Row, Merion Green
As we move through this night and all the challenges surrounding our communities and world, we remember that WE CAN BRING LIGHT TO THE NIGHT. Write your hopes, wishes, and fears on a card and hang them under the lights as we wait together through this night and the weeks ahead.
Post-Election De-Stressing Craftivity: Make Your Own 'Calm Down Jar'
Friday, November 6, 2:00-5:00 pm, Radnor Green (tent)
Please Note: In solidarity with the student strike, this event has been postponed until a later date.
Join Career & Civic Engagement and Student Activities for a De-Stressing Craftivity — Make Your Own Calm Down Jar! Registration is required for this event.
Writing Your Elected Officials Virtual Workshop
Wednesday, November 11, 7:00-8:00 pm on Zoom
Please Note: In solidarity with the student strike, this event has been canceled.
No matter what the outcome of the election, your voice is important! Join Emily Shein from the College Writing Center and Civic Engagement Student Coordinators for a workshop to develop the skills necessary to write persuasive and impactful letters to your elected officials.
Resources & Support
Pensby Presents: Hope, Fear, Rage, And Resilience (A Virtual Interfaith Service for the Eve of the Election)
November 2, 7:00 pm on Zoom
A moment of song, prayer, and reflection the night before election day. This service will be designed to give voice to our internal experience, to express our commitment to justice and the work it entails irrespective of the election outcome, and to share our dreams for what the world ought to and can look like. Questions? Contact Vanessa Christman.
Hope, Fear, Uncertainty: How Does the U.S. Election Impact You?
November 2, 8:00 pm and November 4, 11:00 am
For International Students: These special sessions will give international students the opportunity to ask questions and be provided support for concerns regarding the election. Email Patti Lausch to register to attend a session.
Pensby Presents: Art in Response
November 3-8, Dorms and Across Campus
Whether in your dorm or outdoors, supplies will be available for painting, drawing, tearing, crumpling, building — responding! Questions? Contact Vanessa Christman.
Drop In Office Hours, Rabbi Nora Woods
November 4, 2:30-4:15pm on Zoom
Weekly Meditation Session
November 5, 7:00-7:30pm
A brief guided meditation. All are encouraged to join, regardless of meditation experience--from routine meditators to beginners, all are welcome!
Post-Election Day Discussion/Support Groups with Counseling Services
BMC undergrad, postbac, and grad students are welcomed to register for any and as many of the group slots below by clicking on the links:
Weds., Nov. 4, 11 am - noon Facilitated by Reggie Jones & Aury Garcia
Thurs., Nov. 5, 11 am - noon Facilitated by Polly O'Keefe & Frances Berger
Friday, Nov. 6, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Facilitated by Reggie Jones & Barbara Fenig
Friday, Nov., 6, 4 pm - 5 pm Facilitated by Polly O'Keefe & Jonathan Colvson