Where are the women in Silicon Valley?

Where are the women in Silicon Valley?

From the March 2017 issue

A panel of Bryn Mawr tech stars weighs in on why there are so few women in tech — and what we can do about it.

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Hail and Farewell

Hail and Farewell

From the November 2016 issue

As the Bulletin prepares for a redesign, we take a look back at issues past.

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The Physics of Teaching

The Physics of Teaching

From the November 2016 issue

A pair of graduate students share a passion for the lab—and the classroom.

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Tell Me Your Story

Tell Me Your Story

From the November 2016 issue

In their work as mitigation specialists, two recent alumnae are reviewing the cases of juveniles serving life sentences.

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Welcome to Bryn Mawr

Welcome to Bryn Mawr

From the November 2016 issue

The Class of 2020 and their parents were the guests of honor at 16 parties across the country to celebrate their new Bryn Mawr connections.

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Lifting the Lantern High

From the November 2016 issue

Years after Bryn Mawr transformed their lives, campaign leadership has given four alumnae the chance to pay it forward to the next generation.

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Defy Expectation

Defy Expectation

From the November 2016 issue

The enthusiasm was electric at the September launch of Defy Expectation: The Campaign for Bryn Mawr.

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I Will Not Be Afraid of Women

I Will Not Be Afraid of Women

From the November 2016 issue

By Joanna Pinto-Coelho ’09 I made the biggest decision of my life when I was seventeen. I was so anxious I gave myself migraines the two weeks before I heard that I got into Bryn Mawr, a small women’s college outside of Philadelphia, and a decidedly odd place for a girl with mostly boys for friends to apply early decision. My first call was to my grandmother, who worked her own way through Simmons and then MIT. The boys remained steadfastly concerned that I’d shrivel Read more

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There’s Something About Bryn Mawr

There’s Something About Bryn Mawr

From the November 2016 issue

By Saskia Subramanian ’88, M.A. ’88 Ask a Mawrter about the Bryn Mawr campus, and you might hear words like magical or amazing. Ask about the academic experience, and you are likely to hear about hard work and intellectual challenge. Most Mawrters will tell you they wouldn’t trade the experience for anything. What is so special about Bryn Mawr? We sat down with Alumnae Association President Saskia Subramanian ’88, m.a. ’89, to talk about her experience and why she still calls Bryn Mawr home. Why Read more

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“It Is Your Turn to Stand Up”

“It Is Your Turn to Stand Up”

From the August 2016 issue

Ruth Simmons, emerita president of Brown and Smith, delivered an inspiring address at Commencement 2016.

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