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Weekend Roundup: Philadelphia Orchestra and Philly Film Festival

OK, you need to get out this weekend, and this time we mean it. Next week and the week after you'll be hopelessly buried in papers and projects and tests,…

Colin Palmer performing in senior recital

This Friday, March 31, in the Lang Concert Hall, the Swarthmore Department of Music and Dance will be presenting Colin Palmer '06, who will be performing in his senior recital.…

“Art” is in the eye of the beholder at Olde Club

“Art” is in the eye of the beholder at Olde Club

'Tis the season for Drama Board shows, and "Art" arrives with a more intellectual bent than most. Playing at Olde Club this weekend, Yasmina Reza's play is a funny and…

Where are the Parrish vending machines?

The Parrish vending machines, formerly in the new student lounge near the Post Office, have been moved downstairs to the Parrish basement. According to Associate Vice President of Facilities Stuart…

Swarthmore hosts national debate tournament: a conversation with Julie Baker

This weekend, Swarthmore's debate team will be hosting an American Parliamentary Debate Association tournament. Julie Baker, the team's vice-president, sat down with the Daily Gazette to talk about the tournament…

Lax Conference on Entrepreneurship offers networking and social responsibility

The seventh annual Jonathan R. Lax '71 Conference on Entrepreneurship will be held at Swarthmore this Sunday. One of Lax's first steps into the business world was starting a mutual…

Why have the bells been ringing at 3 AM?

Have the sounds of the Swarthmore bell tower been haunting your dreams? The bells usually ring from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, but for the last two weeks the bells…

America Week provides a different view of the nation

Quick question: When you think of an American, what comes to your mind? If you're like most of us, you probably think of an American as being a resident of…

“Am I your friend?”: Black subjectivities in early colonial art

“Am I your friend?”: Black subjectivities in early colonial art

On Tuesday afternoon, Professor Gwendolyn Dubois Shaw of the University of Pennsylvania delivered the annual Lee Frank Art History lecture on "Imagined Subjectivity: Portraits of the Past in Fred Wilson's…

English Department announces awards

The Creative Writing faculty of the Department of English Literature is pleased to announce that there will be TWO Morrell-Potter Summer Stipends in Creative Writing awarded for 2006: to Tiana…

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