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"I think the fact that everyone that I encounter Bryn Mawr values the education of women-- that's meaningful and that makes me feel like I
matter in ways that maybe I wouldn't if I were to go to a different school." -- Ashley Boyette '20
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Kass Wojick '20
"As a biology major at Bryn Mawr what I am really looking for is the hands-on experience to emphasize what I'm learning in the classroom."
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Sohini Maniar '18
"I knew I wanted to go to a women's college."
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Namrata Basu Class of 2019
"I think Bryn Mawr gives you the space to grow. They don't just throw you into the sea and say, 'Just swim now.'"
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Julie Gonzales
"Coming to college, I wanted to give other people that comfort level, to make them feel like they're part of a team."
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Hayley Johnson '18
"Going to a women's college, I'm many times more likely to stay in a STEM field."
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Erin Bonner '16
"It has been very valuable to be surrounded by other women also pursuing science."
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Leslie Knotts '00
"Most of the alums are really engaged: they're happy to help you out and share their networks."
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Bayh Sullivan
"In retrospect I feel fine taking up the space that I have earned and that I deserve."
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Kaitlin Menza '09
Menza writes on a range of topics, including a major story on women and guns
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