Four stories about college life at Bryn and Haverford.
Hannah Turner writes about how Haverford and Bryn Mawr students has distinct — and often negative — views of each other. The story is based on a survey of students on both campuses.
Amanda Kennedy, who whose beat was single-sex education, writes about how Bryn Mawr women define themselves. This story is also based on a survey taken in the fall of 2010.
Vanessa Ide, whose beat was music, writes about the phenomenon of listening to music while studying. In short, nearly everyone does it — though there is evidence is does more harm than help.
Julie Maziotta, whose beat at political activism on campus, writes about the Bryn Mawr College Republican Club, which sounds like an oxymoron. It turns ouot it isn’t.