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By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 04:27 AM | Categorized As Archives, Features, Seasonal | With 0 Comments
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By LIZZIE SIEGLE Finals season is upon us and everyone is stressed. It’s that home stretch of the semester when a semester’s worth of work is condensed into these last few days. You’re pulling all nighters, snacking through cram sessions and pumping out papers like a pasta machine. Here are some inspirational quotes to help […]

By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 03:55 AM | Categorized As Archives, Front Page, News | With 0 Comments
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By EMILIA OTTE, Copy Editor One experience on Bryn Mawr and Haverford students’ pre-graduation bucket list is to take a course at the University of Pennsylvania. Located 20 minutes away in University City, UPenn is part of the Quaker consortium and offers a wide variety of classes within its College of Liberal and Professional Studies, […]

By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 03:24 AM | Categorized As Archives, Bryn Mawr, Features, This Week in Pictures | With 0 Comments
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By SOPHIE WEBB Next time you’re munching on a tomato in New Dorm Dining Hall, stop and appreciate the fact that it may have been planted, grown, and harvested only a couple hundred yards from where you’re sitting. The Bryn Mawr College Community Garden is located between New Dorm Dining Hall and the Wyndham Alumnae […]

By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 03:50 AM | Categorized As Archives, News | With 0 Comments
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By AYESHA MIR At this  moment, a total of 12 million refugees have fled their homes because of conflict; half of them are children. Four million Syrians attained the status of ‘refugee’ in just the last couple of months, and more then 700,000 Syrians refugees and other refugees and other migrants risked their lives this […]

By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 03:40 AM | Categorized As Archives, Features, Front Page, Haverford | With 0 Comments
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By CHLOE LINDEMAN College students aren’t known for their tendency to spend large sums of money. Giving it away? Forget about it—or maybe not. A club started last year at Haverford indicates some students are already interested in the impact their money and time can have. “Haverford Effective Altruism” works to spread the message that […]

By biconews On 11 Dec, 2015 At 03:02 AM | Categorized As Archives, Features, Food, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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By KELSEY PEART, Managing Editor Mike West, 27, emerges from DiBruno Brothers after closing the store for the night. It is cold out, and West is wearing dark clothes, it is hard to recognize him with a “no-shave November” mustache that he is proud of. He hops in the car carrying unsold donuts that would […]

By biconews On 5 Dec, 2015 At 01:56 AM | Categorized As Archives, Front Page, News/Political, Opinion | With 0 Comments
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By ETHAN LYNE You hear about what happened at Columbine, at Sandy Hook, at Virginia Tech, and in Aurora. You  fear the day when  similar violence just might hit your community. That feared day came on Wednesday, December 2nd, in San Bernardino, California. My hometown is just 20 miles away from the tragedy that took place […]

By biconews On 30 Nov, 2015 At 08:30 PM | Categorized As Archives, Front Page, News | With 0 Comments
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By ALIYA CHAUDHRY, Arts Editor Standardized test scores have long been considered an integral part of college applications. Now, more and more colleges are dropping the requirement, with the number of test-optional colleges growing to over 850, according to FairTest.org. In 2014, Bryn Mawr College went test-optional, making the class of 2019 the first set of […]

By biconews On 26 Nov, 2015 At 04:37 AM | Categorized As Archives, Escape The Bi-Co, Features | With 0 Comments
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By EMILIA OTTE On Friday, November 20th at 7pm, folk singer Elisabeth von Trapp appeared in concert at the Wayne United Methodist Church in Wayne, PA. Elisabeth von Trapp is a member of the legendary von Trapp family, whose musical talents and flight from Austria during the Nazi occupation became the basis for the beloved […]

By biconews On 26 Nov, 2015 At 03:05 AM | Categorized As Archives, Arts | With 0 Comments
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By STEPHANIE MARRIE Alison Robins’ production of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy “As You Like It” stands out among this year’s theatrical events because it applies twenty-first century transgendered politics to Shakespeare’s pastoral romantic comedy. Though it may not be Shakespeare’s most widely known play, “As You Like It” remains a delightful story of a woman taking control […]

By biconews On 26 Nov, 2015 At 01:51 AM | Categorized As Archives, Sports | With 0 Comments
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  By ETHAN LYNE HAVERFORD Men’s Soccer-  The Fords’ season unfortunately came to a close on Sunday in the NCAA Division 3 quarterfinals with a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Oneonta St. in OT. This ended what is arguably their best season in program history, after two tournament wins against St. Lawrence on November 15th and 21st. […]

By biconews On 26 Nov, 2015 At 01:25 AM | Categorized As Archives, Front Page, News | With 0 Comments
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By ANYI WONG-LIFTON With fall semester drawing to a close, Bryn Mawr students and faculty excitedly plan for spring. Two new academic programs will be available to students: Museum Studies and Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies (LAILS). Student will now be able to receive a minor through the LAILS program, while Museum Studies has […]