Awards

Awards

From the September 2014 issue

Boren Scholar to Study Arabic “I grew up with the Iraq War,” says Sangita Kanumalla ’14. “But it wasn’t until my freshman year when the Arab Spring happened that I really considered making religion and politics in the Middle East the focus of my studies. There was something about seeing all those people standing up for their freedom that really inspired me.” Her Arab Spring–fueled enthusiasm led Kanumalla to enroll in an Arabic course at the University of Pennsylvania—and to declare a religion major at Haverford, Read more

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Reunion 2014

Reunion 2014

From the September 2014 issue

Reunion 2014 in Pictures and Fun Facts

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The Power of The Liberal Arts

The Power of The Liberal Arts

From the September 2014 issue

At the College’s new Leadership, Innovation, and Liberal Arts Center, students make connections between their Bryn Mawr education and their future.

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Poet, Scholar, Activist

Poet, Scholar, Activist

From the September 2014 issue

Luzma Umpierre, M.A. ’76, Ph.D. ’78, has been hailed as “a hilarious, riotous voice, proudly affirming herself as woman, Puerto Rican, Lesbian, thinker, human.”

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Celebrating 100

From the September 2014 issue

The GSSWSR looks back on a century of accomplishment—and forward to 100 more years at the forefront of social work education.

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