Bryn Mawr May Day

We’re sorry that the class of 2020 (and those with red, dark blue, green, and purple lanterns) will not have the opportunity to celebrate Bryn Mawr’s May Day this year. It is a lovely event binding the community together—and therefore bigger than just one day.

Our video playlist includes past performances of Evolution and Balance the Straw in rain and shine. It’s not the same as dancing in front of (or under) Pem Arch, but it’s a reminder of tradition.

Anassa kata!

Four light blue Bryn Mawr lanterns, sitting on the ground in the darkness.
Lantern Night, November 2008. Credit: Amanda Cegielski, CC BY-ND 2.0.

Published by Renegade Morris

A crazy quilt of frolicking dancers.

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