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Chemistry Professor Michelle Francl Takes on “Chemophobia” in Slate Article

Posted February 14, 2013
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In the Slate article, “Don’t Take Medical Advice From the New York Times Magazine: The Dangerous Chemophobia Behind its Popular Story About Childhood Arthritis,” Bryn Mawr Professor of Chemistry Michelle Francl points out the possible dangers of benignly named alternative medicines. Francl’s article created a lot of buzz online, with more than 6,500 Facebook “likes” and […]

Student Photos Appear in New York Times Slide Show

Posted February 7, 2013
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The latest “Education Life” supplement in The New York Times features photos from students of memorable class assignments. Two photos submitted by Bryn Mawr students made the online slide show and one, submitted by Dorothy Shu ’13, made the print edition. Go here to see the slideshow. Shu submitted a photo of a project she’d […]

Photo by Ivy Gray-Klein ’14 Featured on New York Times Website

Posted September 20, 2012
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This photo, taken by Ivy Gray-Klein ’14, was featured in the education section of the New York Times. The collection of photos explains that the “first few weeks on campus make for vivid memories, the kind reflected on for a lifetime. We invited students to share a photograph that illustrates the point.”

Political Science Professor Responds to NYT Column on Health Care

Posted October 11, 2010

Associate Professor of Political Science Marissa Golden, who teaches a course on women, work and family, is among those to respond to a New York Times column calling for expanded weekend and evening hours by doctors and other health care providers.

BMC in the Media: A Women’s College That Wants to Change the World

Posted September 22, 2010

Under the headline “A Woman’s College that Wants to Change the World,” The New York Times‘ Jacques Steinberg has a Q&A with Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe in advance of the “Heritage and Hope” conference.