Eugene Lang Celebration, Basketball, Worker’s Rights Rally, And More

Swarthmore Feminists sponsored a student production of The Vagina Monologues last weekend. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The five dollar donation asked of attendants went to the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The Langston Hughes Jazz Project presented poetry by Hughes set to jazz, performed by Ronald C. McCurdy's quartet. Photo by Allison Ranshous.
The Celebration of Life event honoring Kathryn Morgan, a professor emerita of history, who passed away in November. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The event featured performances by the Gospel Choir and a performance by Jeannine Osayunde. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Dean Smaw, Kinei Braithwaite, Marilyn White, Charles Inniss, and Alaina Brown also gave tributes to Dr. Morgan. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
SLAP organized a rally for worker's rights outside the Board of Managers meeting this past weekend. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The students were advocating a neutrality agreement in the proposed Town Center West project, which would include an inn. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The Board of Managers decided to move forward with the project at the meeting; a discussion on worker's rights will be held with a panel of experts on Wednesday, March 2, at 4:30pm in Sci 101. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
A poster by Lang Opportunity Scholar Chengetai Mahomva '11 on her work, shown at the poster session and reception for the Eugene Lang '38 celebration. Photo by Cristina Matamoros.
Posters of other work done through the Lang Center at the celebration. Photo by Cristina Matamoros.
The women's basketball team plays Bryn Mawr in its annual WBCA Pink Zone game to promote breast cancer awareness. Photo by Cristina Matamoros.
The Swarthmore team won 73-44. Photo by Cristina Matamoros.


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