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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…

M.C. Escher Exhibit Reveals New Dimensions

M.C. Escher Exhibit Reveals New Dimensions

Over Thanksgiving break, I took a jaunt to one of my old haunts: The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire.  I was excited to see the current show…

Daughters of God and Man: Playwriting Thesis Finds Paradise

Daughters of God and Man: Playwriting Thesis Finds Paradise

This past weekend saw showings of Patrick Ross ‘15’s honors playwriting thesis, Daughters of God and Man, at Swarthmore and in Philadelphia. Through funding from the Deborah A. DeMott ‘70…

Shakespeare Gone Wild In Night of Scenes Performance

Shakespeare Gone Wild In Night of Scenes Performance

This weekend, The Yellow Stocking Players are putting on another Night of Scenes. Directed by Jamie Burke ‘15, Aaron Wagener ‘17, and Rebeka Gomez Wick ‘15, the show features about…

Art, Science, and Life: Interview with Crum Creek Meander Artist Stacy Levy

Art, Science, and Life: Interview with Crum Creek Meander Artist Stacy Levy

The Crum Creek Meander existed on the Swarthmore campus for nine months. While the artwork had been the center of student criticism during its run, it still holds a place…

Chaos and Revolution: Production Ensemble’s Mad Forest

Chaos and Revolution: Production Ensemble’s Mad Forest

Last weekend, Swarthmore’s Production Ensemble — a combination of both student and hired actors — performed Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest. The play, split into three parts, portrays life before, during,…

Princess Kaguya: Studio Ghibli’s Newest Film is a Gorgeous, Disjointed Gust of Form and Color

Princess Kaguya: Studio Ghibli’s Newest Film is a Gorgeous, Disjointed Gust of Form and Color

Isao Takahata is Studio Ghibli’s dark horse, living proof that there’s more to it than Hayao Miyazaki. Although Ghibli and Miyazaki are often treated as synonymous, it’s difficult to overstate…

Walnut Street Theatre’s “Mary Poppins” Whisks Audiences Into a Magical World

Walnut Street Theatre’s “Mary Poppins” Whisks Audiences Into a Magical World

Mary Poppins is one of those rare musicals where children and grandparents alike will applaud no matter what happens onstage. The moment Mary Poppins soars above the stage: applause. After…

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