From the article:
“Sharing an education from this institution brings even strangers together; friendships that did not stand the test of time become almost incidental in the face of the college’s cumulative, historical student body. My love for Bryn Mawr extends beyond the years in which I attended, stretching back to generations of previous alumnae, and those generations of women who will come.”
Later in the piece, Fallon writes about how at Bryn Mawr, she learned to value her intellect and the experiences of others.
“My education has made me smarter, yes, but also more compassionate, stronger and more connected to the experiences of other women.”
Fallon lives in Statesboro, GA, with her wife and pets. She is a lecturer in the Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University, and recently published a chapbook of poems, The Toothmakers' Daughters.
Read the full article on connectstatesboro.com.