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"I want to bring the liveliness that I experienced there, in that city, and showcase it to audiences and hopefully the colors and the content and maybe some of the stories will pull at them-- to try to pull them into a glimpse of that experience." Avery McNair '19 ( Fine Arts)
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K. Zhang 19
"After Bryn Mawr, I'm going to Columbia Law School because Columbia Law School has the nation's first sexuality and gender law clinic." --Koukou Zhang '19 (Independent Major in Gender and Sexuality)
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M. Esquilin '19
"My next step after Bryn Mawr is going to Columbia University School of Social Work. My undergraduate career has absolutely prepared me for this next step."- Melanie Esquilin '10 (Latin American, Iberian, and Latina/o Studies)
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M. Lenover 19
By studying culture…we can be informed in our research to make sure that we're respecting people, knowing about their cultures and properly portraying them. – Makenna Lenover ’19 (Anthropology)
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Molly Seavy-Nesper '12
"If there's anything that Bryn Mawr taught me, it's: Ask for what you want. You just might get it." — Molly Seavy-Nesper '12 (Cities and French), Associate Producer of Digital Media on Fresh Air with Terry Gross 
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S_Torres '19
"It is important to study the humanities because it gives you necessary skills for your future."
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Gabrielle Farrell 12
"The culture at Bryn Mawr: the Honor Code, being able to trust your neighbor, standing up for the little guy ... it does inspire and motivate me to keep going."
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Alice Goldsberry '07
"Bryn Mawr has helped me grow as not only an educator,
but as a woman, just being comfortable in my own skin."
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Liz Chang '91
"Having a liberal arts education...will serve students and future workers better in the long run."
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Gail Stennies '81, M.D.
"In this women's environment we are taught that we can do anything."
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