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“Strange Truth” Film Series Debuts at Bryn Mawr Film Institute

“Strange Truth” Film Series Debuts at Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Last Wednesday, the Bryn Mawr Film Institute hosted the kickoff event to the Strange Truth film series with the screening “Harun Farocki: Films on Photography and Power.” Organized by Haverford…

Oscar Predictions 2015

Oscar Predictions 2015

The 87th Academy Awards are this Sunday, which means it’s time to place your final bets on the night’s winners. Six of my seven predictions were correct last year, so…

Religion and Environment: Panel Discussion at Bond Hall

Religion and Environment: Panel Discussion at Bond Hall

“That’s my vision of ecological spirituality. It begins with wonder and awe of the magic of the natural world,” said Professor Mark Wallace at the Spirituality and Environmental Justice Panel…

Changing Spaces: The Paul Strand Exhibit

Changing Spaces: The Paul Strand Exhibit

Paul Strand (1890-1976) is a late modern American photographer. He dealt with photography in the Americas, various spots in Europe, and Africa. Alfred Stieglitz, a showing artist at the time,…

“A Pillar of Marble” Asks Questions of Paradise and Identity

“A Pillar of Marble” Asks Questions of Paradise and Identity

At Sunday’s staged reading of “A Pillar of Marble,” an Honors Dramaturgy Thesis crafted by Amelia Dornbush ‘15 and directed by Rebecca Wright, a friend took rapid notes in Hebrew…

Just the Pit: John Oliver at His Core

Just the Pit: John Oliver at His Core

You might know him as the hilarious, sarcastic Brit from The Daily Show. You might know him as Bill Maher’s less self-righteous, more journalistic HBO counterpart. You might even know…

The Fountain Pen: Memories of Fountain Justice

The Fountain Pen: Memories of Fountain Justice

This is the second installment of “The Fountain Pen,” a column dedicated to documenting and exploring our campus’ water fountains and the people who use them. The scientifically inclined among…

Earthquakes in London: A Frenzied Exploration of Environment and Humanity

Earthquakes in London: A Frenzied Exploration of Environment and Humanity

What do you do when you’re afraid to go out, but scared to stay in? That you’re “stuck in this flat that the walls are moving in on and everything…

’63 Alums Pen Children’s Book on Science, Genetics, Climate Change

’63 Alums Pen Children’s Book on Science, Genetics, Climate Change

The Cryptic Case of the Coded Fair, written by Penny Noyce and Swarthmore alumni Robert and Barbara Tinker ’63, is the latest of Tumblehome Learning’s “Galactic Academy of Sciences” (G.A.S.)…

Art Meets Activism: ‘Stop Telling Women To Smile’ Comes to Swat

Art Meets Activism: ‘Stop Telling Women To Smile’ Comes to Swat

Street artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh came to campus last Wednesday to discuss her popular street art project Stop Telling Women to Smile. Fazlalizadeh spoke about her background as a student at…

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