Katharine Houghton Hepburn
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
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
Bryn Mawr and Haverford beekeeper Eli St. Amour shares advice for budding beekeepers.
Katherine Fallon and friends at Bryn Mawr College Reunion 2018.
Katherine Fallon ’03, who majored in English, published the article “I delight in the truth” on the website Connect Statesboro about her experience reconnecting with Bryn Mawr at Reunion in June.
designs in chemistry flasks
Chemistry graduate student Cassie Gates' beautiful images of flasks in Professor Sharon Burgmayer's lab were featured in Chemical & Engineering News.
David Nevison, M.S.S. '74
The ASA Award recognizes outstanding contributions to aging-related research, administration, or advocacy.
Nicole Ramos at the border
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
"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."
Lillian Burroughs receives her service award
Every summer, staff gather for a picnic to celebrate the end of the academic year and to honor the achievements of their colleagues.


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