2018 Black History Month KeynoteEngagement and InsightDr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, author and president emerita of Spelman College, spoke at Bryn Mawr for Black History Month.Read Excerpts from Her Talk
360°Migrations and BorderlandsStudents explored different national contexts and histories in this 360° course cluster, which included a trip to the U.S.-Mexican border.Read the Bulletin Magazine Story
Continuing LegacyPerry Garden Opening CelebratedIn April 2017 on the site of the former Perry House, the College officially opened Perry Garden, honoring generations of students of color.Learn More
Coming TogetherCommunity in FocusThe theme of the 2017 Community Day of Learning was Minds and Bodies: Belonging in Our Communities. It took place on March 22.Read More
As the Bryn Mawr campus community grapples with the past and present realities of race and racism on our campus, it has launched the critical work of education, dialogue, and institutional change that will form the basis of the institution it wishes to be.
While concerns about race and racism were the primary catalyst for this effort, building a more inclusive community requires that the College's analysis and actions consider all forms of exclusion rooted in social and cultural identities and their intersections. The College affirms its core commitment to diversity in all its forms and to recognizing the excellence and richness that those diversities create for all people in its learning environment.