Campus Life

The English House Gazette, the blog for stories done by students in the Art264W News and Features Writing course at Bryn Mawr College, is up and running for the Fall 2015 semester.

We begin with four stories related to campus life:

Maggie Heffernan writes about the debate of the so-called “smart drugs” being used to enhance academic performance.

Aliya Chaudhray tells the tale of how Bryn Mawr College decided to make including SAT scores optional for applicants to the school.

Alison Robins captures the tense and tender moments of a group of college students rehearsing a musical with opening night just days away.

Elisabeth Kamaka profiles the Bryn Mawr student and cellist Sarah Lew, who took up the instrument at the age of five.

Art264W is a journalism course offered to Bryn Mawr and Haverford College students in the fall semester and taught by lecturer Tom Ferrick Jr.,