Guys? How Do I Put This? Well we all know Bryn Mawr is a women's college. However, you will not be deprived of men--even if you try. Bryn Mawr has close and really personal ties to Haverford and Swarthmore, which is a good thing when you want a larger variety of classes and parties to go to. With Haverford being a 10-min Blue Bus ride away, Bryn Mawr students and Haverford students are constantly taking classes at the other institution. Don't get too excited about the Haverford guys though, they're special in their own way. The thing that kind of sucks about Bryn Mawr is the fact that we talk about Haverford guys to people who don't go here and girls who are thinking of going here to show them that we're not male-deprived (and we're not), but in real life, we don't deal with Haverford guys THAT much (aside from parties). On a regular day, we actually don't even pay attention to them even when they're on our campus, unless it's someone we know. Just know that there are social stigmas for all three campuses, but mainly between Haverford and Bryn Mawr because we deal with each other more often.