A selective liberal arts & sciences college for women located minutes from Philadelphia, PA.

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I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…
[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.
I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”
greenfieldhwe:


I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…
[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.
I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”

greenfieldhwe:

I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…

[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.

I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”

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Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!
Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]
Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!
Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]

Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!

Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]

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mac and cheese day at erdman

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Psychology Majors Anu Goedhart ‘15 (left) and Phoebe Jordan ‘15 (right) present some interesting findings from their research projects this past summer.

Anu says she “was happy and excited to do this research because it allowed her to channel my love of psychology with my passion for child development research”. She informed me that her this research will also contribute to her senior thesis this year!

Phoebe’s research looked into what happens when people try to memorize a series of words. She said she’s learned a lot from both the research she conducted herself and the professor she worked with for this project.

Clever Mawrters, indeed!

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The day is TODAY! Stake out a nice place in Goodhart Auditorium nad vote for resolutions that matter to you, Mawrters!
Plenary at Goodhart, today at 12PM noon!
The day is TODAY! Stake out a nice place in Goodhart Auditorium nad vote for resolutions that matter to you, Mawrters!
Plenary at Goodhart, today at 12PM noon!

The day is TODAY! Stake out a nice place in Goodhart Auditorium nad vote for resolutions that matter to you, Mawrters!

Plenary at Goodhart, today at 12PM noon!

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Because the college experience is more than just studying, and because Bryn Mawr is just 20 minutes away from the wonderful city of Philadelphia, I thought it might be fun to contribute a bit to the #socialsaturdays tag with what events are happening in Philly every weekend that are bound to be a part of some Mawrters’ weekend plans!

I always say that Mawrters tend to use Philly as both a lab and a playground. Check out all the fun things happening in the city of Philadelphia, one of the best “playgrounds” out there!

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Got some moves? Show them off and join three of many dance clubs Bryn Mawr has!

Mayuri is Bryn Mawr College’s first and only South Asian fusion dance team. Combining classical Indian dance forms like Bharatanatyam, Odissi and Kathak, folk styles like Garba and Bhangra, and western styles like Ballet, Hip-Hop, Modern and Jazz, the members of Mayuri work hard to choreograph dances so that in the end, they truly have a perfect cross-cultural blend.

Choom Boom is Bryn Mawr’s Pan Asian Dance Club and performs at various dance showcases and culture shows throughout the year. If you like K-pop or J-pop, we’ve found your club!

RnM (Rhythm and Motion) is a cool example of a tri-co (tri-college) club you can join as well! They host auditions at Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore picking to best dancers and perform their own showcases in the Spring and Fall in various styles like Hip-Hop, R&B, and Contemporary!

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Throwback Thursday to when the new Shonda Rhimes series How To Get Away With Murder was partially filmed on Bryn Mawr’s campus! These pictures were taken during Spring Break 2013 right on Merion Green.

Who’s excited for the premier tonight?

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One of our favorite Geology majors, Christine Newville ‘15, was given the chance to go to Argentina this summer to study the kinematics of different outcrops and collected samples in which she will determine the magnetic field of them and further analyze the samples for her senior thesis.
Christine had a memorable and educational research experience this past summer. She loved being able to apply geology in the field and learned how scientific research is conducted.  Her mentor, Professor Arlo Weil, loved to tell stories in the field and take her to the outcrops and explained the kinematics of outcrop.  ”He is an amazing mentor in the field and loves to tell stories.” 
BMC Science Summer Research, where’s my invite to Argentina? Awesome work, Christine!
One of our favorite Geology majors, Christine Newville ‘15, was given the chance to go to Argentina this summer to study the kinematics of different outcrops and collected samples in which she will determine the magnetic field of them and further analyze the samples for her senior thesis.
Christine had a memorable and educational research experience this past summer. She loved being able to apply geology in the field and learned how scientific research is conducted.  Her mentor, Professor Arlo Weil, loved to tell stories in the field and take her to the outcrops and explained the kinematics of outcrop.  ”He is an amazing mentor in the field and loves to tell stories.” 
BMC Science Summer Research, where’s my invite to Argentina? Awesome work, Christine!

One of our favorite Geology majors, Christine Newville ‘15, was given the chance to go to Argentina this summer to study the kinematics of different outcrops and collected samples in which she will determine the magnetic field of them and further analyze the samples for her senior thesis.

Christine had a memorable and educational research experience this past summer. She loved being able to apply geology in the field and learned how scientific research is conducted.  Her mentor, Professor Arlo Weil, loved to tell stories in the field and take her to the outcrops and explained the kinematics of outcrop.  ”He is an amazing mentor in the field and loves to tell stories.”

BMC Science Summer Research, where’s my invite to Argentina? Awesome work, Christine!

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universityofsassachusetts:

strive to become of the famous alumni on your school’s wikipedia page

One day….

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Arielle Brent (Intern), Mary Beth Horvath (Student Activities Director), Faatimah Jafiq ‘15, and Hannah Rossen ‘15 are excited to introduce many new events for Bryn Mawr students to participate in this year! Hannah Rossen is particularly excited for the late-night screening of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in November and Salsa and Salsa Night in the Spring!
… Hope alumni are invited ;)
Arielle Brent (Intern), Mary Beth Horvath (Student Activities Director), Faatimah Jafiq ‘15, and Hannah Rossen ‘15 are excited to introduce many new events for Bryn Mawr students to participate in this year! Hannah Rossen is particularly excited for the late-night screening of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in November and Salsa and Salsa Night in the Spring!
… Hope alumni are invited ;)

Arielle Brent (Intern), Mary Beth Horvath (Student Activities Director), Faatimah Jafiq ‘15, and Hannah Rossen ‘15 are excited to introduce many new events for Bryn Mawr students to participate in this year! Hannah Rossen is particularly excited for the late-night screening of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in November and Salsa and Salsa Night in the Spring!

… Hope alumni are invited ;)

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