By ISABELLA NUGENT, Staff Writer From all of the weird stories I’ve heard of Bryn Mawr’s near-mystical past, my favorite is the now-extinct tradition of a bonfire dance. The details of the tradition weren’t clear, but based on passing rumor, a bonfire used to be lit on Bryn Mawr’s campus, and all the students would […]
Editorial By STEPHANIE MARRIE, Staff Writer What do you think when you see the color blue? Loyalty, good luck, and peace are a few associations that come to my mind. When it comes to hair dye, blue is a popular color at Bryn Mawr. It is the go-to color for freedom of expression. “Blue makes me happy,” says Emily Ludwick […]
By NADIA BUDIMAN, Sudoku Writer Take a break from midterms and tease your brain with a sudoku puzzle. Do it now before you let your mind go numb. Click here to solve puzzle #3. Answers will be posted before fall break so you can see how you scored as you head off-campus.
By STEPHANIE MARRIE, Staff Writer (Note: This review contains spoilers) What begins as a peaceful, if dull, morning on the beach turns into a noisy road trip. It’s the right kind of noise for Mike Lane, played by Channing Tatum, stuck in a failing furniture business and in the midst of sudden heartbreak. His love life […]
By KATE HAWTHORNE, Staff Writer If you like Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, Through The Looking Glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, then you should read… Pick #1: Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins. Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Adventure, Young Adult Fiction Review: Before Suzanne Collins wrote the now-famous Hunger Games trilogy, […]
By ALIYA CHAUDHRY, Arts Editor It’s still early in the fall, it’s sunny, you have a few SEPTA tickets and you’re looking for places to visit. Out of the many attractions in the city, Philadelphia is also home to a number of parks. Here are some of the best spots to visit. Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk […]
By SOPHIE WEBB, Staff Writer Bryn Mawr’s new “green class” has arrived and they’re ready to go. They are a group of diverse, talented, creative, and eager students who are absolutely in love with the school, so much so that first-year Kara Williamson of New York concluded “…it feels like home.” But what […]
By NADIA BUDIMAN, Sudoku Writer It’s gonna be a long week, we can feel it. Test your brain and get ready with this week’s sudoku. Sharpen those Ticonderogas, you know you want to. Solve here puzzle #2 Answers and a new puzzle will be posted weekly.
By NADIA BUDIMAN, Sudoku Writer After filling out the boxes in pencil (or pen), let’s see how you scored. Here are the answers to sudoku puzzle #1
By LIZZIE SIEGLE, Staff Writer “Hacking is the noblest form of research,” began Vijay Kumar, the Nemirovsky Family Dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. Kumar’s words opened the ceremony of the university’s bi-annual hackathon: “PennApps.” On Labor Day weekend the Wells Fargo Center, an indoor arena usually home to […]