Anassa Kata

Anassa Kata

From the November 2016 issue

Mawrters lend a hand in Nepal and North Philly, get a shout-out from Forbes, and more.

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News from the Emeriti

News from the Emeriti

From the November 2016 issue

The Bulletin talks with the Stephen Salkever about the books he’s reading, his teaching philosophy, and his life (mostly) after Bryn Mawr.

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Reading Room

Reading Room

From the November 2016 issue

Books from Bryn Mawr alumnae/i.

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It’s Not the Path You Think

It’s Not the Path You Think

From the November 2016 issue

Confucius meets self-help in a new book by Christine Gross-Loh ’90.

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U-Curve: On Revision

U-Curve: On Revision

From the November 2016 issue

If you’d known yourself at Bryn Mawr as well as you know yourself now, what would you have done differently?

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Bryn Mawr Woman

Bryn Mawr Woman

From the November 2016 issue

What began as passion for basketball transformed one alumna into an activist.

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Final Word: The Theory of Inheritance

Final Word: The Theory of Inheritance

From the August 2016 issue

Students take a look through a microscope that made history.

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News from the Association

News from the Association

From the August 2016 issue

Introducing the new Alumnae Association leadership.

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The Life of a Saint

The Life of a Saint

From the August 2016 issue

A Q&A with Charlie Kuper, M.A. ’13, about his book on a Byzantine saint.

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Reading Room

Reading Room

From the August 2016 issue

A Bryn Mawr alum looks at India as an emerging world power. Plus more books from more alumnae.

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