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By "> On 20 Apr, 2016 At 05:33 AM | Categorized As Archives, Arts, Close-Up Film Column, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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By ELLEN JIN, Film Columnist Hitchcock/Truffaut (2015) dir. Kent Jones Vertigo (1958) dir. Alfred Hitchcock As the master of suspense, Hitchcock struggled to distance himself from entertainment cinema. Francois Truffaut, auteur filmmaker of the French New Wave, admired Hitchcock immensely and sought to salvage his reputation from being seen as quintessentially Hollywood. In 1962, Truffaut […]

By "> On 20 Apr, 2016 At 05:11 AM | Categorized As Archives, News/Political, Opinion | With 0 Comments
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By FIONA REDMOND, Political Beat The Wisconsin Primary held on Tuesday, April 5, provided crucial wins for Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders, and made it clear that the 2016 Presidential race is still anyone’s game. One thing is certain though: no one can accuse this election cycle of being boring or predictable. Just when it […]

By "> On 20 Apr, 2016 At 05:06 AM | Categorized As Archives, Escape The Bi-Co, Pro & College Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments
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By MICHAEL FRANCIS SCHWARZE, Media Editor On Monday, April 4, Villanova defeated the University of North Carolina (UNC) in the final seconds of the game, capturing its first NCAA Basketball Championship in 31 years. Villanova maneuvered through one of the more difficult paths to the title game, defeating teams such as 3 seed Miami, 2 seed, Oklahoma, […]

By "> On 20 Apr, 2016 At 05:18 AM | Categorized As Archives, Front Page, Haverford, HC Sports, Sports, Uncategorized | With 0 Comments
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By MICHAEL FRANCIS SCHWARZE, Media Editor Haverford College ALS Awareness Week kicks off Tuesday, April 19, and culminates with the 9th annual Joe Schwartz, ’83, Memorial 3K Run/Walk on Sunday, April 24. The week’s activities support amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research, a progressive neurodegenerative disease that approximately 6,400 people are diagnosed with each year. The first […]

By "> On 15 Apr, 2016 At 03:25 PM | Categorized As Archives, Escape The Bi-Co, Features, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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BY ISABEL GELLERT, Staff Writer The walkway stretching from Thomas Great Hall and the Pembrokes to Rockefeller is strewn with fallen cherry blossom petals, a sure sign that the season is quickly coming to a close. The rest of the East Coast is no different. Last week was the peak of cherry blossom viewing at Shofuso […]

By "> On 15 Apr, 2016 At 03:44 PM | Categorized As Archives, Arts, Bryn Mawr | With 0 Comments
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BY ISABEL GELLERT, Staff Writer Imani Winds, a Grammy-nominated wind quintet performed in Thomas Great Hall on the evening of Friday, April 1, as part of Bryn Mawr College’s Performing Arts series. The program, “Considered (Mostly) Modern” included a variety of 20th century modern pieces with traditional elements. Lisa Kraus, the Performing Arts Coordinator, introduced […]

By "> On 15 Apr, 2016 At 03:01 PM | Categorized As Archives, Arts, Bryn Mawr, City Studies, Features, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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By ALIYA CHAUDHRY, Arts Editor Photos courtesy of BMC Communications Weekly prison visits, curating an exhibition, traveling to Japan– all of these have been components of past 360° Course Clusters. The 360° Course Cluster program, offered by Bryn Mawr College, allows students to take a group of classes crossing departments along with an additional component […]

By "> On 15 Apr, 2016 At 03:18 PM | Categorized As Archives, BiCo Sports, BMC Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments
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By ETHAN LYNE, Sports Editor Photography by ETHAN LYNE, Staff Photographer HAVERFORD Men’s Lacrosse – The Fords have been successful in their last three games of conference play with victories over McDaniel, Dickinson and a loss to Washington College. Isaac Krier, ’18, and Rob McLallen, ’19, have led the offense with five goals in the […]

By biconews On 15 Apr, 2016 At 01:53 AM | Categorized As Archives, Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News, Front Page, News | With 0 Comments
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By NATHÁLIA SANTOS, Contributing Writer Earlier this month, I sat down with President Kim Cassidy to discuss the future of Bryn Mawr College. Dressed in a green blazer, she greeted me with the warm smile that her students know so well. Kimberly Wright Cassidy, affectionately known as “KCass,” took office as the ninth president of […]

By "> On 15 Apr, 2016 At 01:10 AM | Categorized As Archives, Bryn Mawr, Features, Front Page, Haverford | With 0 Comments
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By ISABELLA NUGENT, Staff Writer Your dad’s days of paying his way through college by waiting tables over the summer are over. You need an internship, one that will nowhere near cover the costs of your tuition, but let’s be real— it’s probably unpaid anyways. Landing that perfect internship over the summer is that giant, […]

By "> On 13 Apr, 2016 At 10:11 PM | Categorized As Archives, Arts, Bryn Mawr, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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By ALIYA CHAUDHRY, Arts Editor Heather McHugh visited Bryn Mawr College on Wednesday, February 24. She held a Q&A Session at 4:00 p.m. in English House Lecture Hall and read her poetry in the Goodhart Music Room at 7:30 p.m. McHugh, a MacArthur Grant recipient, has written eight books of poems, a collection of literary […]

By biconews On 13 Apr, 2016 At 09:00 PM | Categorized As Archives, BiCo News, Bryn Mawr News, Front Page, Haverford News, News, Science, World News | With 0 Comments
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BY KATE HAWTHORNE, Staff Writer The newly formed Bryn Mawr college chapter of the United Nations Association held a panel discussion on Tuesday, March 3rd, which focused on the biology, symptoms, and global effects of the Zika virus. Professor of Biological Chemistry Susan A. White and Associate Professor of History and African Studies Kalala Ngalamulume […]