GSAS: A Woman of Firsts

GSAS: A Woman of Firsts

From the March 2016 issue

A transformational experience at Bryn Mawr helped launch a pioneering chemist’s career.

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GSSWSR: The Elders Speak

GSSWSR: The Elders Speak

From the March 2016 issue

A trio of distinguished graduates of the GSSWSR share their stories and their wisdom.

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Dusting off Shelves

Dusting off Shelves

From the March 2016 issue

Volunteers Revive the Cambridge Bookstore; Nancy Vickers helps group tackle Dante’s “The Divine Comedy.”

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Reading Room

Reading Room

From the March 2016 issue

Alumnae/i Books and Publications.

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U-CURVE: Mawrters in Midlife

U-CURVE: Mawrters in Midlife

From the March 2016 issue

A regular column that takes on questions of life satisfaction, middle age, and the U-shaped curve of happiness.

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BRYN MAWR WOMAN

BRYN MAWR WOMAN

From the March 2016 issue

One Alumna’s Journey of Self Re-Discovery after Bariatric Surgery.

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30 Years of McBride Tradition

30 Years of McBride Tradition

From the March 2016 issue

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Katharine E. McBride Scholars Program.

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Anassa Kata

From the March 2016 issue

A shout out to alumnae/i successes.

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Meeting the Challenge

Meeting the Challenge

From the March 2016 issue

Chanel Williams ’16, a student in one of Bryn Mawr’s signature 360° clusters, studies what is being done about climate change.

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A Changing Environment

A Changing Environment

From the March 2016 issue

Philanthropists Johanna “Nan” Alderfer Harris ’51 and her husband, William Harris HC ’47 help to make the Bi-Co Environmental Studies program a reality; Alumnae and students wroking to address the environmental challenges we face.

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