It’s that time of year again! Bryn Mawr Concert Series‘s 1st Show of the Year will be in the Campus Center on Friday, December 11th, the last day of classes. Doors open at 7:30PM, concert starts at 8PM, and there’ll be an after party at 11PM. Free for Tri-Co with ID.
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I’ve been part of the Concert Series committee since Fall 2014. I design the posters and help out with social media and postering. Designing posters is my creative outlet for stress and homework. I also really like seeing and touching my “artwork” around campus.
While not everyone on the committee has the same taste in music, we eventually pull together a lineup that the masses enjoys. You wouldn’t believe how expensive singers and bands could get until you work behind the scenes on the organizing side of concerts.
I recently joined a student-led Asian / American Reading Group at Haverford sponsored by the Hurford Center. Although there are occasional topic classes, the Tri-Co does not have a formal Asian American Studies Department. This leaves it up to the students to form their own seminars like this one. Affinity groups like the Bryn Mawr Asian American Students Association (A/ASA) have also had to step up to educate and promote cultural, social, and political awareness of Asian and Asian American perspectives.
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What does it mean to be Asian American? How do we distinguish between these various identities? Where do we draw the line between fiction and reality?
Mia Mingus, a writer, community educator and organizer working for disability justice and transformative justice, gave her keynotes titled “A Queer Love Like This” tonight in Thomas Great Hall. She is a queer physically disabled Korean woman transracial and transnational adoptee, born in Korea, raised in the Caribbean and the U.S. South, and now living in Northern California.
What does it mean to queer love? Not the shallow type of love sold to us, but the kind of love which propels people to risk their lives for other, the kind of love that is sacred, limitless, boundless, deep, timeless…
Bi-Co students had quite a selection of parties to attend this Halloween weekend. On Bryn Mawr’s campus, there was a party in Radnor and a party in the Campus Center. At Haverford’s campus, a party in Founders and a f u c s concert in James House. I chose the f u c s show in James House on Friday night.
TEEN at James House