Tell Us the Story: Trailblazing Mawrters

From the December 2011 issue

The May issue of the Bulletin will celebrate Mawrters who have blazed new trails…in their communities, homes, careers and lives. Help us identify these special women: use our online form to tell us their stories.

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Profile: Noreen Hall Papatheodorou, MSS ’58

Profile:  Noreen Hall Papatheodorou, MSS ’58

From the December 2011 issue

Noreen Hall Papatheodorou, M.S.S. ’58, doesn’t want you to have a nice day; she wants you to make one instead.

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Profile: JoAnne Fischer, MSS ’73

Profile: JoAnne Fischer, MSS ’73

From the December 2011 issue

The lessons JoAnne Fischer learned in Girl Scouts are part of what inspired her to become the executive director of the Maternity Care Coalition (MCC) in Philadelphia.

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GSAS: In the Chem Lab with Prof. Malachowski

GSAS: In the Chem Lab with Prof. Malachowski

From the December 2011 issue

Can sparks of motivation happen between chewing over the day’s events and passing the mashed potatoes? Chemistry Professor Bill Malachowski thinks so.

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Books

Books

From the December 2011 issue

Farangi Girl, a memoir of growing up in Iran by Ashley Dartnell ’80, is among the books recently published by Bryn Mawr alumnae/i.

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President’s Column

President’s Column

From the December 2011 issue

Bryn Mawr College President Jane McAuliffe adds her voice to the public debate about women’s participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, citing Bryn Mawr’s success as a model.

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On Course: Doomsday Geology

On Course: Doomsday Geology

From the December 2011 issue

Geology in Film is designed to help students think critically about how science is depicted by Hollywood writers and directors, whose main objective is to entertain, not teach.

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On Campus

On Campus

From the December 2011 issue

Celebrated author Karen Russell speaks with students, protecting Bryn Mawr’s trees, and upcoming arts events.

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Op Ed: Why Should I Take Philosophy?

Op Ed: Why Should I Take Philosophy?

From the December 2011 issue

Marcia Y. Cantarella ’68 argues that a liberal-arts education is the best preparation for a rapidly changing workplace.

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Voices

Voices

From the December 2011 issue

Students speak out on overcoming indifference to the effects of U.S. involvement in two wars, the impact of the war in Afghanistan on international perceptions of Pakistan, and daily life on campus.

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