In honor of our focus for the week: “Prison and Education”, we decided to screen a documentary classic: Black Power Mixtape. During our discussion of the film, we walked away with a few major themes. Continue reading Black History Month Film Series: Black Power Mixtape
Next semester, the Enid Cook Center ’31 plans to introduce a new art piece to the community. For those of you who attended our welcome reception in October, you may have already seen it. Continue reading Alumnae Art to be Added This Spring
1962 The property is purchased.
Bryn Mawr College purchases a house, together with Arnecliffe and seven acres of land, from Henry and Susan Perry. From 1963 until 1972, the building is used as the Spanish language residence and known as “Spanish House.”
1970 Demands are made.
You’re smart. You’re creative. You’re brave. Are you on it? If not get with it.
– Florence Goff
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