S.Millar 19
"I think one of the most important parts of studying the humanities is learning to think critically about all of the information that is being thrown at us constantly, and being able to parse between what is important information and what's not, what's true and what's not." --Sydney Millar '19 (Russian - Boren Scholar)
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Esther Kim 20
"Personally, it is very empowering to see fellow students and especially female professors, thriving in their own areas of research." - Esther Kim '20 (Psychology)
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Meagan Murray-Bruce 20
A math major at Bryn Mawr, Meagan completed an internship at the Philadelphia Streets Department's traffic and lighting unit. Meagan researched the savings the city could achieve by switching their nearly 145,000 street lights from incandescent bulbs to more energy efficient LED bulbs.  
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C_Bunza '18
"It is absolutely critical to study the humanities. Now, with jobs and internships, students need to have those skills in order to look at certain situations and problems within in the workplace."
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Tara Holman '19
"English and International Studies have been appealing to me, partly, because those disciplines at Bryn Mawr ask that we be holistic learners."
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Rachel Weissler '16
"Bryn Mawr gives you the confidence to believe that you can do anything you set your mind to."
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Melina Koukoutchos '16
"I discovered computational linguistics through my research for my senior thesis, and I was like, 'Yes, that's what I want to do!'"
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Mary Patterson McPherson, President Emeritus
"Bryn Mawr gives you a kind of educational experience that is quite rare today...where communication and engagement with other people is
valued."
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Nazifa Tabassum '18
"The knowledge that what I'm doing has a very real impact...makes me take the work more seriously"
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Saskia Subramanian '88
"We are scholars; we are academics; we are achievers."
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