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Holm and Graber honored for Russian essays

Two Swarthmore students were recently recognized by the National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest, administered by the American Council of Teachers of Russian. Abigail Graber '08 received an Honorable Mention in…

No More Shame: Nudity at Swarthmore

At Swarthmore there are clubs that cater to every interest. Massage Club, Cycling Club, Photography Club, Folk Dance Club...the list goes on. Those who are tired of the old selection…

The Artist’s Life: Three art majors discuss their senior theses

Starting Friday, April 13, this year's senior art theses will be on display in the List Gallery. Whether their medium is graphite drawing or ping-pong ball sculpture, all nine artists…

Kaliza Karuretwa Ines Discusses the Rwandan Genocide

The closing event of this year's Tri-Co Peace Week was a mix of music, dance, serious reflection on the Rwandan genocide of 1994. The evening started in the Lang Performing…

Tiny Visitors Come to Call: Lice at Swarthmore

The close quarters of Swarthmore's dorms were slightly more crowded this past week. Willets and Hallowell residents were visited by an unfortunate outbreak of head lice that is now under…

Ethiopian Big Shabbat a Success with Professor Key

Bond Hall was filled this past Friday with over seventy people, including Registrar Martin Warner. The impetus for such a crowding was the theme of Ruach's Big Shabbat: Jews in…

What is the NinjaGram?

What is the NinjaGram?

Confused by the ninja tablers in Sharples in the days leading up to Valentine's Day? Wondering what worthy causes a ninja might promote? As it turns out, Swarthmore's ninjas, in…

A fool for “Fools:” Matt Dering directs Neil Simon’s play

Imagine you are an eager, young Ukrainian schoolteacher. It is 1890 and your next post is located in a small village. Upon your arrival, to your utmost dismay, you find…

Stellar discovery: Swarthmore student discovers star

A couple of years ago, Astronomy Professor David Cohen began a project to look into the relationship between x-rays and stellar winds. Most theory on this subject applies to highly…

Reopening old wounds: Mitchell-Boyask speaks on Oedipus and the Plague

The fifth century Greek playwright Sophocles won first place for his theatrical programs in the Dionysia, a festival to Dionysus centered around the performance of plays, approximately eighteen times. He…

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