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Interview with Professor Andrew Ward

Andrew Ward, professor of Psychology at the College, is now a popular writer. With the publication of "The Bargaining Bride" this month, Ward has identified a host of like minded…

Fans and the inventor, Joey Roth ’06

Here at Swarthmore we are impressed by Joey Roth, designer par excellence. He recently received the very prestigious "Red Dot Award," bestowed upon only 50 international design projects each year,…

Hurricane relief effort still strong at Swarthmore

According to community members active in the Hurricanes Katrina and Rita relief effort, progress is being made in providing support to affected communities. A committee formed with the support of…

Senior Company’s phantasmagorical “Fat Men in Skirts” fantastic

"Fat Men in Skirts," produced by the Senior Company, and playing this past weekend, was easily the most gruesome, most disgusting, arresting, and brilliantly performed play this semester at Swarthmore.…

Arts Preview: Triple-header at Olde Club tonight

Chicago-based post-punk band the Detachment Kit comes to Olde Club this Friday night, bringing friends. These include the capable Swarthmoreans Israeli Warplane and Brooklyn-based The Hong Kong. According to the…

College Corner: a chat with Jim Kreft, winner of this year’s “Four by Donut”

There are regular people, and then there are Legends. Jim Kreft '06, four time winner of the annual "Four x Donut," fits into the latter category. The event, now in…

Arts Preview: Fetter, only getting better

This Sunday evening a variety of flutists, violinists, cellists, and other musicians will serenade students in the Lang Concert Hall as part of the Fetter Chamber Music Concert. This performance…

“Elixir of Love,” the concoction of a hit

Pure excitement is rare these days but it is certainly warranted by the production of Donizetti's "Elixir of Love," coming this winter to the Lang Center. As Music Department Chair…

Falling into a formal

There he is, by the Sharples refreshment stand at six o' clock, almost every evening. As he chats with friends, you hazard a glance. He comes closer and almost moves…

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah garners much applause (and two encores)

One of the most talked about young rock bands of the year came to the Olde Club on Thursday and played an hour’s worth of material in front of an…

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