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NASA Panel Brings Critical Discussion of Diversity

NASA Panel Brings Critical Discussion of Diversity

The recently-revitalized Native American Students Association (NASA) has augmented its campus presence this semester with a calendar of events planned for Native History Month. NASA was re-chartered last year after a…

Danielle Greenberg ’15 Returns to Roots in Hobbs Art Show

Danielle Greenberg ’15 Returns to Roots in Hobbs Art Show

Drawing inspiration from the Dutch Masters, childhood toys, and a trip to Colombia, Danielle Greenberg ’15 works surrounded by her vibrant oil paintings in her hall lounge-cum-improvised workshop. As an…

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Click here to open the gallery.   Photos by Lily Jamison-Cash ’15.…

Snapshots from Abroad: Adventures in France

Snapshots from Abroad: Adventures in France

Lily Jamison-Cash ’15 is currently studying abroad in France, where she has taken the following photographs. Enjoy these snapshots of her travels! Click here to open the gallery. Powered by…

Madagarscar: Part 3: Mandroso! Misakafo!

Madagarscar: Part 3: Mandroso! Misakafo!

I recently did a week-long homestay near a peri-urban town in the highlands of Madagascar. My family owned quite a bit of land, overlooked by their hamlet on top of…

Madagascar: Part II: What Exactly Is The Lingua Franca?

Madagascar: Part II: What Exactly Is The Lingua Franca?

Tsy miteny Malagasy aho. “I don’t speak Malagasy.” It’s a useful but unfortunately very true statement for me, and one that I’ve had to use a lot while studying abroad…

Madagascar: Part I

Madagascar: Part I

If you’ve ever tried to ride a Swat shuttle anywhere, you probably understand just how idiosyncratic a process it is. You’re stuck waiting in Parrish circle to get back to…

Gallery: Chekhov in the Courtyard

Gallery: Chekhov in the Courtyard

The Revolutionary Theater class performed a pair of pieces collectively called “Chekhov in the Courtyard” yesterday afternoon in Kohlberg Courtyard. The class, taught by Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian Brian…

Oil Painting Class Displays Work in McCabe; Adds Color, Perspective

Oil Painting Class Displays Work in McCabe; Adds Color, Perspective

Colorful works by this semester’s Oil Painting class were installed in McCabe last week, completely filling the first floor foyer. Paintings range from intensely vibrant to pastel, dreamy to vivid.…

Liberal Arts Institute Moving from Rhetoric to Substance

Liberal Arts Institute Moving from Rhetoric to Substance

The Swarthmore Institute for Liberal Arts in the 21st Century may be an ambitious name for a start-up organization that received its first funding just months ago and up to…

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