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Honor Council Abstracts

Posted 29 October 2014 | 11:37 pm

Occasionally, Haverford’s Honor Council recommends that the Bryn Mawr Honor Board release the abstracts for Honor Council trials involving Bryn Mawr students to the Bryn Mawr community. When those abstracts have been released at Haverford, they will be posted here, and an announcement about their availability will be made at the next SGA meeting. To [...]

Executive Director: Art Reach

Posted 29 October 2014 | 5:30 pm

THE ORGANIZATION:                                                      With a mission of enriching lives by connecting underserved audiences with cultural experiences so that they may enjoy and benefit from the transformative power of the arts, Art-Reach programs are created to ensure that the arts become and remain a part of the lives of our most vulnerable citizens. Founded in 1986, Art-Reach programs [...]

From the Medieval to the Modern: Shannon Steiner M.A. ’13 explores Bryn Mawr’s Levine Collection

Posted 29 October 2014 | 3:05 pm

A doctoral candidate in the history of art, Shannon Steiner M.A. ’13 is a Medievalist, specializing in the Byzantine era. Her master’s theses—she holds two, one from the University of Texas and one from Bryn Mawr—focused, respectively, on Byzantine pilgrimage tokens from Syria and on the glass fragments affixed to burial sites in the Roman [...]

Photos of Lantern Night 2014

Posted 29 October 2014 | 2:04 pm

Since 1906, first- and second-year students have gathered in the Thomas Hall Cloister every fall for Lantern Night. This hallowed tradition signifies the passing of the light of knowledge from one class to another. For more photos from this year’s Lantern Night, visit this online gallery.

Ardmore House for Rent

Posted 29 October 2014 | 1:13 pm

My name is Katie and I am the proud sister of a BMC graduate (Jennifer-1995) and sister-in-law to a BMC post-back graduate (John-2006.) We have found a new house and will be moving out of our home in Ardmore. We wish to rent our house to a Bryn Mawr/Haverford student(s)/post back student(s). The house is Aubrey Ave, blocks [...]

Spring 360° Examines the History and Culture of Cuba

Posted 29 October 2014 | 12:30 pm

This spring, Bryn Mawr professors Enrique Sacerio-Gari of Spanish, Gary McDonogh of Growth and Structure of Cities, and Raymond Albert of the Graduate School of Social Work, are teaming up for a 360° that will immerse students in the history and culture of Cuba. As part of the course, students will have the opportunity to [...]

Bryn Mawr & Beyond

Posted 29 October 2014 | 11:18 am

This past weekend was parents/family weekend! You could tell by the sudden influx of cars all over campus (parking was hard, eep!), and of course, by all of the parents following their daughters around campus. Bryn Mawr did a great job in hosting another family weekend, and I had the chance to be part of [...]

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