Viva Cuba!

Viva Cuba!

From the May 2015 issue

This spring, Bryn Mawr students enrolled in Contemporary Cuban Culture and Society in a Global Context got a 360° tour of Cuba.

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Anassa Kata

From the May 2015 issue

A celebration of Bryn Mawr alumnae/i achievements.

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GSSWSR: Fostering LGBTQ Equality

GSSWSR: Fostering LGBTQ Equality

From the May 2015 issue

For Sabina Neem, MSS/MLSP ’07, the goal is to create the kind of world she wants to wake up in.

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GSAS: Teaching the David in Dubai

GSAS: Teaching the David in Dubai

From the May 2015 issue

Alumna Sabrina DeTurk M.A. ’96, Ph.D. ’98, jumps feet first into Dubai’s flourishing art scene.

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Law Library

Law Library

From the May 2015 issue

Bryn Mawr’s legal eagles are on the case—and on the bookshelves.

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The Law and Politics of Immigration Reform

The Law and Politics of Immigration Reform

From the May 2015 issue

Two Bryn Mawr alumnae–an activist and a legal scholar–tackle the hot-button issue of immigration reform.

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Law & Order

Law & Order

From the May 2015 issue

“Law enforcement is a world unto itself,” writes Sonia Sotomayor. With that in mind, we’ve put together a lineup of alumnae working the beat.

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Justice Sotomayor’s Gift

Justice Sotomayor’s Gift

From the May 2015 issue

An appreciation of the most recent Hepburn Medal recipient, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, from one of Bryn Mawr’s most distinguished alumna, Dorothy J. Samuels ’73

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Bryn Mawr Woman: The Way Home from the Neurologist’s Office

From the May 2015 issue

In the debut of a new alumnae-written column, Rebecca Martin ’94 reflects on her daughter’s unexpected diagnosis.

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Making Partner

Making Partner

From the May 2015 issue

For these Bryn Mawr alumnae, life in “Biglaw” has presented its share of challenges–and rewards. by Elizabeth Sander ’99 Therese Pritchard ’75 never thought she would have a career, let alone one that would send her to the top of one of the country’s largest law firms. Growing up in a traditional ethnic family outside of Boston, the only daughter of a Lebanese mother and an Italian father, Pritchard received little encouragement to pursue a profession. It was at Bryn Mawr, where Pritchard studied philosophy Read more

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