Katharine Houghton Hepburn
Posted July 18th, 2018
The Hartford Courant digs into its archives for a number of letters from Katharine Houghton Hepburn (class of 1899). Hepburn was a leader of the Connecticut suffragist movement.
Maggie Larson '10 on the street
Posted July 17th, 2018
Larson was recently interviewed by Philadelphia Inquirer reporter and fellow Mawrter Juliana Feliciano Reyes '11 about her career and being a women cartoonist.
Ankitha Kannad in protective suit handling bees
Posted July 13th, 2018
Bryn Mawr and Haverford beekeeper Eli St. Amour shares advice for budding beekeepers.
Nicole Ramos at the border
Posted June 28th, 2018
Nicole Ramos '01 is one of the few American attorneys based in Tijuana doing pro bono work with asylum seekers and deportees from the United States.
Dean of the Graduate School of Social Work  Janet Shapiro
Posted June 27th, 2018
"In addition to the individual trauma of individual children and families, these kinds of early adversities and traumatic stress raise the risk for physical health problems."
Professor of Social Work Carolina Hausmann-Stabile
Posted June 19th, 2018
Media outlets from Univision 65 in Philadelphia to the newspaper El Mercurio in Chile, have recently sought out Assistant Professor of Social Work Carolina Hausmann-Stabile for her expertise.
artist rendering of probe on Mars
Posted May 10th, 2018
“There are some deep existential questions that looking at the comparative histories of the planets can help answer,” she tells The Christian Science Monitor.
Posted April 20th, 2018
McDonogh appeared on the WHYY program "The Pulse."
Pulitzer Prize Medal
Posted April 17th, 2018
Horwitz covers the Justice Department for The Post and Leonnig is a national investigative reporter focused on the White House and government accountability.

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