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Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 2

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 2

This is the second article in a two-part series detailing Aneesa Andrabi ’16′s work this summer in Pakistan. Her experiences were funded by the Summer Social Action Award (s2a2)…

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 1

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 1

This is the first article in a two-part series detailing Aneesa Andrabi ’16′s work this summer in Pakistan. Her experiences were funded by the Summer Social Action Award (s2a2)…

News

Live Tweet: Cooper Series Lecture “Envisioning Cities in the 21st Century” by Edward Glaeser

Live Tweet: Cooper Series Lecture “Envisioning Cities in the 21st Century” by Edward Glaeser

[View the story "Live Tweet: Cooper Series Lecture "Envisioning Cities in the 21st Century" by…

The Swatter: October 13-20

The Swatter: October 13-20

Investigation Person(s) Date: Monday, October 13 Time: 2:09pm Location: Hicks Hall Synopsis: Public Safety received…

10 Minutes Away From Swarthmore, America’s Finest Vocational School

10 Minutes Away From Swarthmore, America’s Finest Vocational School

The Wednesday before fall break, The Daily Gazette took a field trip to the Williamson…

Opinion

Speak 2 Swatties: Finding Gratitude in Strife

I’m always a little taken aback when I tell someone that I have Tourette Syndrome, and in response receive a sentence full of condoling words or apologetic body…

A Case Against the Collection Committee

A Case Against the Collection Committee

Let me take you back to your First Collection. Even as darkness creeps into the amphitheater, you listen intently to your peers as they share pieces of their…

The March Of The People

The March Of The People

At 12:58 PM in the streets of midtown Manhattan, the four hundred thousand people around me ceased their cheers, put down their signs, stopped their march, and fell perfectly silent.…

Editorial: Dear Faculty, Restore the Spring Schedule

Editorial: Dear Faculty, Restore the Spring Schedule

As a school which espouses at the very least a hearty rhetoric of valuing student opinion in campus decision making, we believe the decision to change the spring…

Of Doom and Gloom: Dealing With ISIS

Of Doom and Gloom: Dealing With ISIS

Less than over a year ago, most of the world had never heard of it. Fast forward to present day, and it is now perhaps the richest, single…


Arts & Features

IFC’s “The Birthday Boys” Returns for a Second Season

IFC’s “The Birthday Boys” Returns for a Second Season

The Daily Gazette recently got the chance to speak with two cast members of IFC’s The Birthday Boys, a sketch comedy…

Medea: A Current Interpretation of an Ancient Tragedy

Medea: A Current Interpretation of an Ancient Tragedy

“Euripedes is like the Quentin Tarantino of Ancient Greece,” said Alessandra Occhiolini ‘17, who plays Medea in Robinson Jeffers’s free translation…

The Most Amazing Startups and Founders from Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit

The Most Amazing Startups and Founders from Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit

This week, The Daily Gazette was invited to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit, where over 1500 of the world’s greatest young entrepreneurs…

Filmmakers Todd Haynes and Christine Vachon talk Queer Collaborations

Filmmakers Todd Haynes and Christine Vachon talk Queer Collaborations

Earlier this week, Swarthmore welcomed Academy Award nominated director Todd Haynes and producer Christine Vachon with “Queer Collaborations.” This two-day Sager…

Swat Visually: A Swarthmore College Subway Design by Matthew Goldman

Swat Visually: A Swarthmore College Subway Design by Matthew Goldman

This week, Swat Visually is featuring Matthew Goldman ’15, who visualized his story of Swarthmore by designing a subway map of…

Sports

Sports Roundup: September 4-23

Sports Roundup: September 4-23

Women’s Soccer 9/6/14 v. Wesley — W 4-1 Senior Emma Sindelar matched two program records by recording a goal and adding an assist…

Week In Pictures: Lectures, Rooftops, and Soccer

Week In Pictures: Lectures, Rooftops, and Soccer

This week at Swarthmore: Art History Lecture, Film Screening, and unusual look at Swat’s green roofs, and both men’s and women’s…

Sports Roundup: August 30-September 3

Men’s Soccer 8/30/14 vs. Penn State Abington—W 1-0 Sophomore Ryan Meuth found the back of the net for the first time…

SAAC Launches #RiseUp Campaign

SAAC Launches #RiseUp Campaign

Swarthmore’s Athletics department has a new campaign called Rise Up, designed to promote diversity and inclusivity within the athletics community and…