For Starters

From the June 2017 issue

A round-up of Bryn Mawr news.

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Reaching for the Stars

Reaching for the Stars

From the June 2017 issue

Inspired by the International Space Station, an enterprising student launches several initiatives to foster interest in STEM fields.

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Cracking the Code

Cracking the Code

From the June 2017 issue

A class blends the history of secret writing, the art of creating codes, and the mathematics underlying codes and ciphers.

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Career Changers

Career Changers

From the June 2017 issue

Career Changers gives potential students a taste of the many professional pathways in the field of social work.

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Change Agent

Change Agent

From the June 2017 issue

With her own experience in 
mind, Joy Rukanzakanza ’19 is working to empower high school girls in rural Zimbabwe:

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Mirrors and Masks

Mirrors and Masks

From the June 2017 issue

A student-curated exhibition takes a reflective look in the mirror.

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Dispatch from the City of Brotherly Love

From the June 2017 issue

Creative Writing Professor Dan Torday reflects on the desecration of the Mount Carmel Jewish Cemetery in Philadelphia.

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What Do You Think of Our New Look?

From the June 2017 issue

Readers respond to the redesigned Bulletin.

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The Child Is the Father to the Man

From the March 2017 issue

Psychology Professor Marc Schulz looks at the relationship between childhood and happy marriage.

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Seize the Day

Seize the Day

From the March 2017 issue

The award-winning Haitian novelist comes to campus for Bryn Mawr’s Reading Series.

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