Generations: First in Family

Generations: First in Family

From the March 2017 issue

Separated by four decades, two first-generation Mawrters find common bonds.

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Books

Books

From the March 2017 issue

Titles from the Bryn Mawr bookshelf.

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Crowd Source: The Right Stuff

Crowd Source: The Right Stuff

From the March 2017 issue

On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, we asked Mawrters about making the right choice.

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Art and a Revolution

Art and a Revolution

From the March 2017 issue

Ph.D. candidate Mark Castro, M.A. ’10, tells the story of Mexican modernism in an age of civil war.

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Taking Action for Social Justice

Taking Action for Social Justice

From the March 2017 issue

The Social Justice Initiative will be a center of thought and action supporting a more socially just world.

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Anassa Kata

Anassa Kata

From the March 2017 issue

From a North Carolina distillery to a Michigan election, Mawrters come out winners.

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Creative Writing on Rikers Island

Creative Writing on Rikers Island

From the March 2017 issue

“The first time I went to Rikers Island, I felt called. The long corridors with cracked linoleum, the endless mechanical gates, the bags of stinking garbage in the halls, the bleak cement courtyard—spoke to me of an island of discarded people.”

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U-Curve: Mawrters in Midlife

U-Curve: Mawrters in Midlife

From the March 2017 issue

Textile artist Brigid Manning-Hamilton ’78 and art historian Julia Muney Moore ’83 reflect on art and reinvention, renewal, and the long haul.

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A Double Life

A Double Life

From the March 2017 issue

Asked in the first grade what she wanted to be when she grew up, Lauren Faber ’07 said, A standup comic.

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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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