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President Obama Expands and Creates Groundbreaking Marine National Monuments

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer On August 26, 2016, President Obama announced the expansion of the Papahanaumokuakea (pronounced papa-ha-now-moh-koo-ah-kay-ah) Marine National Monument in Hawaii. Papahanaumokuakea was established under President George W. Bush in 2006.  At 140,000 square miles, it was the largest marine reserve at that time, and is home to more than 7,000 species,… Keep Reading

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Fall 2016 Plenary Reaches Quorum in Record Time

By Sophie Webb, Features Editor Bryn Mawr students passed one resolution at Fall Plenary on the evening of Sunday, September 25, after reaching quorum in 59 minutes. Sunday’s plenary was slightly different than plenaries of the past.  According to current SGA President Rhea Manglani, “Starting at 7 p.m. was the biggest [difference]. We reached quorum… Keep Reading

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The Results Are In: Highlights from the Election

By Chloe Lindeman, Co-Editor-in-Chief By now, the major results of the election have been plastered on every newspaper, blog, and Facebook page for two weeks: Donald Trump won, and Republicans kept both the House and the Senate. Trump’s speech, uncharacteristically positive in tone, came around 3 a.m. EST on the morning of the Wednesday after… Keep Reading

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Deconstructed: A Week of Afro-Caribbean Celebration

By Nina Inman, Staff Writer Last week, the Bryn Mawr African & Caribbean Students Organization (BACaSo), organized a week devoted to Afro-Caribbean culture. The finale? A culture show called “Deconstructed.” BACaSO faced various challenges putting the show and week together. Farida Ilboudo (’18) explained that much of the Bryn Mawr student body seems uninterested in… Keep Reading

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