SGA Hosts Special “Bedtime Stories” Event in Connection with Class Dismissed

Posted February 16th, 2012 at 4:33 pm.

From SGA President Yong Jung Cho:

The SGA Executive Board is hosting Bedtime Stories as a part of their “Storytelling: A Celebration of Class” series of Class Dismissed? events.

President Jane McAuliffe, Dean of the Undergraduate College Michele Rasmussen, Director of Bryn Mawr Career Services Michaile Rainey, Director of Residential Life Angie Sheets, and Elizabeth Mosier ’84 are sharing stories about an instance when they were “different” becuase of socioeconomic class.

The event is designed to parallel the Bedtime Stories event most undergraduates experience. Bedtime stories is an event during hell week where seniors in the dorm read stories to first year students. Bedtime stories is special because it is meant to build community and gives seniors an opportunity to read their favorite story to underclassmen.

The Class Dismissed? Bedtime stories will be in Rhoads Common Room at 7 p.m.

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