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

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eusonyme:




Congrats to the class of 2015 for making it to your senior year! May you have all the bread and roses you desire!
eusonyme:




Congrats to the class of 2015 for making it to your senior year! May you have all the bread and roses you desire!

eusonyme:

Congrats to the class of 2015 for making it to your senior year! May you have all the bread and roses you desire!

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halftheskymovement:

AT&T made a $1 million contribution to Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that seeks to bridge the gender gap in technology by equipping girls with computing skills. The donation will help the organization expand beyond its current outposts in five U.S. states.Since their start in 2012, 3,000 girls have graduated from Girls Who Code clubs and camps across the country, with 95 percent of the students wanting to major in computer science in college. “It has made becoming a computer scientist seem possible,” said Anah Lewi, one of the graduates.During the organization’s summer program, high school girls learned to code, worked on programming robots and met with women working in technology and engineering.Read more via The Daily Beast.
halftheskymovement:

AT&T made a $1 million contribution to Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that seeks to bridge the gender gap in technology by equipping girls with computing skills. The donation will help the organization expand beyond its current outposts in five U.S. states.Since their start in 2012, 3,000 girls have graduated from Girls Who Code clubs and camps across the country, with 95 percent of the students wanting to major in computer science in college. “It has made becoming a computer scientist seem possible,” said Anah Lewi, one of the graduates.During the organization’s summer program, high school girls learned to code, worked on programming robots and met with women working in technology and engineering.Read more via The Daily Beast.

halftheskymovement:

AT&T made a $1 million contribution to Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that seeks to bridge the gender gap in technology by equipping girls with computing skills. The donation will help the organization expand beyond its current outposts in five U.S. states.

Since their start in 2012, 3,000 girls have graduated from Girls Who Code clubs and camps across the country, with 95 percent of the students wanting to major in computer science in college. “It has made becoming a computer scientist seem possible,” said Anah Lewi, one of the graduates.

During the organization’s summer program, high school girls learned to code, worked on programming robots and met with women working in technology and engineering.

Read more via The Daily Beast.

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The programming that we provide is better because we have listened to, and been guided by, the DLT’s perspective on what students need…These students learn to be leaders, community builders, reflective listeners, and effective problem-solvers.
- Kim Cassidy’s Presidential Blog Update [x]

Our dear president turns the spotlight from the energized and excited first years of 2018 to the hardworking group of DLT (Dorm Leadership Team) members ready to support our community.

The programming that we provide is better because we have listened to, and been guided by, the DLT’s perspective on what students need…These students learn to be leaders, community builders, reflective listeners, and effective problem-solvers.
- Kim Cassidy’s Presidential Blog Update [x]

Our dear president turns the spotlight from the energized and excited first years of 2018 to the hardworking group of DLT (Dorm Leadership Team) members ready to support our community.

The programming that we provide is better because we have listened to, and been guided by, the DLT’s perspective on what students need…These students learn to be leaders, community builders, reflective listeners, and effective problem-solvers.

- Kim Cassidy’s Presidential Blog Update [x]

Our dear president turns the spotlight from the energized and excited first years of 2018 to the hardworking group of DLT (Dorm Leadership Team) members ready to support our community.

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#fbf to Wednesday when admissions hand-scooped Philadelphia water ice for the class of 2018 and their families!
#fbf to Wednesday when admissions hand-scooped Philadelphia water ice for the class of 2018 and their families!

#fbf to Wednesday when admissions hand-scooped Philadelphia water ice for the class of 2018 and their families!

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BMC Tea in Singapore

The Singapore Alumnae Club recently held its first tea, hosted by Kate Park ‘87. The alums and current students pictured above are Fatima Usmani ‘09, Aparna Dubey ‘84, May Lwi ‘86, JoyAngelica Chan ‘17, Eu Imm Chan ‘04, Pia Wong ‘17, Kate Park ‘87, Astrid Al ‘91, Jennifer Xue Jiang ‘13, Cheng Mun ‘18, and Caroline Sim ‘89.

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Hi Everyone! I’m Coco Wang, class of 2016. I’m the CDA of Denbigh and am really excited to meet the class of 2018. (Yay, Sister Class!) I hope you all enjoy your Bryn Mawr experience. Good luck with everything!

An informal introduction to one of the many resources students have in the dorms. Find out more about Community Diversity Assistants (CDAs) here! Thank you Coco and have fun welcoming students!

Hi Everyone! I’m Coco Wang, class of 2016. I’m the CDA of Denbigh and am really excited to meet the class of 2018. (Yay, Sister Class!) I hope you all enjoy your Bryn Mawr experience. Good luck with everything!

An informal introduction to one of the many resources students have in the dorms. Find out more about Community Diversity Assistants (CDAs) here! Thank you Coco and have fun welcoming students!

Hi Everyone! I’m Coco Wang, class of 2016. I’m the CDA of Denbigh and am really excited to meet the class of 2018. (Yay, Sister Class!) I hope you all enjoy your Bryn Mawr experience. Good luck with everything!

An informal introduction to one of the many resources students have in the dorms. Find out more about Community Diversity Assistants (CDAs) here! Thank you Coco and have fun welcoming students!

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Tiffany Shumate ‘08 shows off her favorite books for July/August at our Admissions Book Club meeting for the rest of her fellow Admissions Officers (as well as the Tumblr world)! “The Alchemist” by Paulo Cuelho joins “Half of a Yellow Sun” and “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche as her favs.
Tiffany Shumate ‘08 shows off her favorite books for July/August at our Admissions Book Club meeting for the rest of her fellow Admissions Officers (as well as the Tumblr world)! “The Alchemist” by Paulo Cuelho joins “Half of a Yellow Sun” and “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche as her favs.

Tiffany Shumate ‘08 shows off her favorite books for July/August at our Admissions Book Club meeting for the rest of her fellow Admissions Officers (as well as the Tumblr world)! “The Alchemist” by Paulo Cuelho joins “Half of a Yellow Sun” and “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche as her favs.

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BMC, watch out! Phoenix (AZ) is here!

Olivia Guerra ‘18 and her mom, Yolanda, flaunting their cool sun glasses on Move-In Day. Making the big move all the way from Arizona, they are excited to be here! Hope you’re both having fun!

BMC, watch out! Phoenix (AZ) is here!

Olivia Guerra ‘18 and her mom, Yolanda, flaunting their cool sun glasses on Move-In Day. Making the big move all the way from Arizona, they are excited to be here! Hope you’re both having fun!

BMC, watch out! Phoenix (AZ) is here!

Olivia Guerra ‘18 and her mom, Yolanda, flaunting their cool sun glasses on Move-In Day. Making the big move all the way from Arizona, they are excited to be here! Hope you’re both having fun!

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Homemade Owl cookies made by mother of Bre Genaro ‘18! Clever way of making friends on the first day, Bre. Very clever ;)
Homemade Owl cookies made by mother of Bre Genaro ‘18! Clever way of making friends on the first day, Bre. Very clever ;)

Homemade Owl cookies made by mother of Bre Genaro ‘18! Clever way of making friends on the first day, Bre. Very clever ;)

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Just few pictures of excited upperclass students preparing to greet the class of 2018! Welcome new Dark Blue class!

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Julia Kim, Class of 2018, posted her “obligatory move-in” picture on FB and wants to share her excitement on our Tumblr as well. Have a great move-in, Julia!
Julia Kim, Class of 2018, posted her “obligatory move-in” picture on FB and wants to share her excitement on our Tumblr as well. Have a great move-in, Julia!
Julia Kim, Class of 2018, posted her “obligatory move-in” picture on FB and wants to share her excitement on our Tumblr as well. Have a great move-in, Julia!

Julia Kim, Class of 2018, posted her “obligatory move-in” picture on FB and wants to share her excitement on our Tumblr as well. Have a great move-in, Julia!

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