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Large Scale Event: St. Vincent and Mayer Hawthorne (With Video)

This semester's Large Scale Event will feature Mayer Hawthorne and St. Vincent. See videos by the two performers here.…

Ville Meals, Academics, Student Co-op, and Lounge Space

Student Council discussed its short-term goals (the resource guide and meal plan options in the Ville) as well as its long-term goals (academic support and diversity, as well as the…

The Cost of Coal, Olde Club Covers, and Piggy Banks

The Cost of Coal, Olde Club Covers, and Piggy Banks

Photos from the last week, including a visual storytelling event on the cost of coal power, Top Chef: International Edition, the Olde Club cover show, the senior class's fundraising piggy…

Samuel Bak: Holocaust History and Memory

Samuel Bak: Holocaust History and Memory

Painter, writer and Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak spoke last week on his past and his art currently being exhibited in the List Gallery. Having spend his adolescence witnessing genocide, Bak’s…

Coming Out Week, Cambodian Classical Technique, And More

Coming Out Week, Cambodian Classical Technique, And More

Photos from the last week, including more Coming Out Week events, a master class on classical Cambodian dance technique, "culture night" in Kitao, and more.…

Email List, Sharples, and Future Events

Student Council met to discuss the planning of future events and policies. …

Tomoko Sakomura Makes “Sense of Glances and Gestures” of Ancient Japanese Art

Tomoko Sakomura Makes “Sense of Glances and Gestures” of Ancient Japanese Art

Tomoko Sakomura, who gave a faculty lecture on Wednesday, spoke on her current research, dealing with analyzing and interpreting two screen paintings that together depict the "Thirty-Six Immortal Poets" of…

Artist Hebert Inspires Through Collaboration

Artist Hebert Inspires Through Collaboration

On Thursday, the William J. Cooper Foundation sponsored artist Patrick “Pato” Hebert gave a lecture in Kohlberg’s Scheuer Room, during which he shared images of, and stories about, his past…

Han BBQ and Still Lifes

Han BBQ and Still Lifes

Photos from the last week: HAN's ever-popular Korean barbecue, and a List Gallery event with three artists on still life painting.…

Imoleayo S. Abel ’14 Talks about Being a USAP Student

Imoleayo S. Abel is an international student from Nigeria who has been introduced to the Swarthmore community through the US Student Achievers Program, which allows international students to study abroad…

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