East Asian Languages and Cultures seminar students visited the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, with a focus on the "Art and China After 1989: Theater of the World" exhibition.
Author Jill Lepore on campus.
Jill Lepore offered plenty of insight into her writing approach and career when she visited Bryn Mawr College on Oct. 26, 2017, in her appearance as the 2017 Emily Balch Speaker.
"As Japanese Breakfast, Michelle Zauner writes sparkling, opulent dream pop about grief and love (and, occasionally, robots)," writes NPR.
Michelle Yasmine Valladares at the Beach
Valladares' other honors include a Pushcart Prize Nomination; her poem “CUNY Writers Reading Against Austerity” was published in PSCuny’s Clarion.
"If we are unable to protect these Dreamers, we will be shutting the door to an entire generation of individuals who seek to contribute their best to America.”
"People assume that the benefits of doing Reiki are not tangible, when in actuality the benefits are endless: clarity, a still mind, reduced stress and anxiety, a healthier immune system," Liana says.
IF, THEN is a character driven novel set in a speculative landscape, in the vein of Tom Perrota's THE LEFTOVERS.
A political science major at Bryn Mawr, Diamond is the president of Campus Philly.
Student-run clubs and organizations are at the heart of Bryn Mawr's on-campus community.
 David S. Byers
Byers' research interests include clinical practice with adolescents and emerging adults, developmental theory, LGBTQ mental health and intersectionality, and more.


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