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Geologists, students travel to Spain, return with photos

Posted October 28, 2008

Students and faculty of the Bryn Mawr Geology Department spent Fall Break visiting the mountains of the Iberian Peninsula, where Department Chair Arlo Weil has been involved with groundbreaking research on the breakup of the Pangea supercontinent. Sixteen students and faculty members atop the ancient lower crust of North America, which was transferred to Europe (here, […]

The Sarah Elizabeths (and others) of the Class of 2012

Posted September 5, 2008

It’s been a heady week and a half for the 377 students who make up the class of 2012. Since arriving for Customs Week, they have moved into dormitories and met with new roommates, faculty members, deans, various student mentors and what probably seemed like every administrator on the campus. There have been diversity workshops; […]

Bryn Mawr becomes charter member of College Board’s effort to increase access for lower-income students

Posted September 3, 2008

Bryn Mawr College has a long history of leadership in providing low-income students access to a top-quality liberal-arts education. In its survey of highly selective liberal-arts colleges, the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education ranked Bryn Mawr among the top five institutions in the proportion of low-income students enrolled. In joining the CollegeKeys Compact, the […]

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