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By biconews On 21 Apr, 2014 At 11:15 PM | Categorized As Arts, Bryn Mawr, This Week in Pictures | With 0 Comments
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The student art pieces, a collaboration by many different students contributing both by name and anonymously, reflecting on their experiences as Latino Americans, were put together by Orsola Capovilla-Searle. The Afro Latina photography was on loan from Whitney Lopez. The immigration portion of the gallery was put together by Ana Mejia from Mawrters from Immigrant […]

By biconews On 10 Apr, 2014 At 05:32 PM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News | With 0 Comments
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By Qingyi Gong Staff Writer Bryn Mawr’s Big Cheese Forum was held in the Campus Center Main Lounge on March 30 by the SGA. The forum takes place once a semester in lieu of a typical SGA meeting. It offers students a chance to ask questions to the school administration directly. Seven school officials and […]

By "> On 9 Apr, 2014 At 03:14 AM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News, Front Page, News | With 0 Comments
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By Rachel Genovese Managing Editor On Monday, April 7, Bryn Mawr’s Town Hall on Race was held at Thomas Great Hall. The Town Hall was attended by staff, faculty, and students. President Kim Cassidy opened by saying, “It’s a shame that this meeting had to happen, but I am optimistic to see so many of […]

By "> On 3 Apr, 2014 At 05:49 AM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Features, Front Page | With 0 Comments
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By Maya Felman Staff Writer Dean Spade, attorney, author, and associate professor of law at Seattle University, gave a talk titled “Critical Trans Politics and the Limits of the Law” to large audience crowded into a lecture hall in Carpenter on Thursday, March 27. Spade is the author of a 2011 book titled Normal Life: […]

By "> On 28 Mar, 2014 At 03:05 AM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Features, Front Page, News/Political, Opinion | With 2 Comments
Protesters zip-tied or standing in front of the White House fence.

By Zubin Hill Staff Writer It was on Sunday, the second of March when a contingent of Tri-Co students marched on Washington, D.C., on the White House. They went to protest, to dissent the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Now, I will halt here, for I imagine you are asking, “What is the Keystone […]

By "> On 27 Mar, 2014 At 12:23 AM | Categorized As Arts, BiCo News, Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News, News | With 0 Comments
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By Maya Felman Staff Writer At seven o’clock on Saturday March 22, eight Bryn Mawr students sat in a row of chairs on the raised platform in Old Rhoads Dining Hall. Farah Al-Yagout ‘16 stepped forward, approaching the audience that had quickly filled the room. “I’m tired,” Al-Yagout declared, thus beginning the first performance of the Hijabi […]

By "> On 24 Mar, 2014 At 12:02 AM | Categorized As Arts, Bryn Mawr | With 0 Comments
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Photos by Maria McGurrin  

By "> On 18 Mar, 2014 At 01:17 AM | Categorized As Arts, Bryn Mawr, Front Page | With 0 Comments
Kevin Young (Photo courtesy Bryn Mawr College)

By Maya Felman Staff Writer Poet and National Book Award finalist Kevin Young gave a reading in the Goodhart Music Room on Thursday, February 20th as the latest installment of the Bryn Mawr College Creative Writing Program Reading Series. Young has authored seven volumes of poetry: Ardency: A Chronicle of the Amistad Rebels (2011), Dear […]

By "> On 18 Mar, 2014 At 01:36 AM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News, Features, Front Page, Opinion, World News | With 0 Comments
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By  Tianyuan Zhang Contributing Writer My 17 days in Sochi was like a dream, with laughter, chaos, ups and downs. I still could not believe that I not only experienced, but also LIVED the Olympics! First Night Chaos My plane from St. Petersburg arrived in Sochi at night on Jan. 31st, exactly a week after […]

By "> On 18 Mar, 2014 At 12:40 AM | Categorized As Arts, Bryn Mawr, Features, Front Page | With 0 Comments
An advertisement for the new disorientation zine.

By Zubin Hill Staff Writer College, it is widely believed, is a place to grow, come into oneself, express your identity, and learn from others. A new zine—Disorientation—created by the Bryn Mawr Environmental Justice League in collaboration with the College News aims to promote these goals. Organizers Eva Wu, Johannah Cordon-Hill, and Lee McClenon describe […]

By , "> , On 17 Mar, 2014 At 10:42 PM | Categorized As BMC Sports, Bryn Mawr, Front Page, Sports | With 0 Comments
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By Rachel Genovese and Lily Lopate Managing Editor, Staff Writer After a season of transition, Interim Head Coach Rebecca Tyler has given Bryn Mawr’s basketball team a fresh start. Coach Tyler assumed her new position after Coach Deb McLaughlin resigned last fall. Coach Tyler came to Bryn Mawr after serving as the academic recruiting and […]

By "> On 17 Mar, 2014 At 08:00 PM | Categorized As Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr News, News | With 0 Comments
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On Saturday, February 8, Bryn Mawr hosted an Honor Code Re-Orientation meeting after results in a prior survey showed that students had missed orientation during their first weeks as a first-year. The Honor Board, Dean Heyduk and fellow students were in attendance to prove just how useful an Honor Code refresher can be.