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Swarthmore: An (Un)familiar Home

Swarthmore: An (Un)familiar Home

Today, The Daily Gazette welcomes a few new writers with an issue written entirely by first year students. Welcome to Swarthmore, Class of 2019! My stomach sinks. The sharp edges of…

And We All Float On…

And We All Float On…

Today, The Daily Gazette welcomes a few new writers with an issue written entirely by first year students. Welcome to Swarthmore, Class of 2019! Two years ago, I stepped foot on…

Remember the Hat

Remember the Hat

Today, The Daily Gazette welcomes a few new writers with an issue written entirely by first year students. Welcome to Swarthmore, Class of 2019! Our hands were trembling, our smiles were…

Giving It Seventy Percent

Giving It Seventy Percent

Today, The Daily Gazette welcomes a few new writers with an issue written entirely by first year students. Welcome to Swarthmore, Class of 2019! As my encroaching nerves about my first…

Five Past Seven: The Mindful Films of Aaron Jackson ’16

Five Past Seven: The Mindful Films of Aaron Jackson ’16

Living right now is one task many take for granted. People ignore the urge to cross-examine the economic, political, social and scientific issues of the day. Ten minutes won’t kill…

Culture Plus: Violence, Love, and Beauty

Culture Plus: Violence, Love, and Beauty

I have recently found myself thinking a lot about violence. After seeing Mercury Fur last week and spending the weekend talking about works like Games of Thrones, The Walking Dead,…

Swattie Seeks Slumber: McCabe Third

Swattie Seeks Slumber: McCabe Third

Studies show–or TV tells me that studies show–that you spend one third of your life sleeping. For so much of the minuscule amount of time your flesh vessel exists on…

Chalk It Up: It’s Great to be a Florida Gator

Chalk It Up: It’s Great to be a Florida Gator

Last weekend, the Florida Gators won their third consecutive national championship. Over the past few years the Gators have had an incredible rise to the top of the NCAA. Before…

Mercury Fur Brings Violence, Beauty to the Stage

Mercury Fur Brings Violence, Beauty to the Stage

Mercury Fur is a cruel show. Well-acted by a small ensemble and beautifully designed, it has a vivid, ugly center. Set in a dystopian North Philly, its protagonist, Elliot, survives…

Nightwish Concert is “Endlessly” Thrilling

Nightwish Concert is “Endlessly” Thrilling

Since I was undoubtedly a huge fan of the new Nightwish album Endless Forms Most Beautiful, it only made sense for me to make sure I caught them live at…

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