The DIY Music Scene

The DIY Music Scene

From the May 2016 issue

Words by Diana Campeggio. Portraits by Kate McCann. With Step Sing, Song Mistresses, and a long tradition of a cappella groups, music has played an integral role in the Bryn Mawr experience. Add to that a penchant for critical thinking, extensive time spent honing writing skills, and a diverse cultural environment, it’s no wonder that Mawrters are finding their niche in the indie music world. As part of this issue of the Bulletin, we’ll introduce you to just a handful of Bryn Mawr alumnae who are Read more

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By Mawrters, for Mawrters, since 1885

By Mawrters, for Mawrters, since 1885

From the May 2016 issue

Elizabeth Mosier ’84 reflects on the traditions that make Bryn Mawr.

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A Deep Dive

From the May 2016 issue

Over spring break, students take a study trip to the Bahamas.

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The President’s Column

From the May 2016 issue

President Cassidy shares Bryn Mawr’s vision for Park Science.

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A New Grad School Tradition

A New Grad School Tradition

From the May 2016 issue

The Alumnae Association hosts a reception for graduate students.

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The Reading Room

The Reading Room

From the May 2016 issue

Margaret Sanger’s Crusade, Julia Ward Howe’s Battle, and more.

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Lift the Lantern High!

Lift the Lantern High!

From the May 2016 issue

Bookstore and Club Volunteers join forces to support The Lantern Bookstore.

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Bryn Mawr for the Win, Alex!

Bryn Mawr for the Win, Alex!

From the May 2016 issue

Mawrters on America’s most popular trivia show.

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The Emeriti

The Emeriti

From the May 2016 issue

Catherine Lafarge in La Belle France, Toba Kerson in Israel, and Barbara Miller Lane in the suburbs.

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Anassa Kata

Anassa Kata

From the May 2016 issue

Jessica Todd Harper ’97 at the Smithsonian, Sheila Walker ’66 at the UN, Rebecca Jordan-Young ’86 with a Guggenheim, and more.

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