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What to Binge Watch Before Classes Start

There are three weeks until classes begin, which means you have a very limited amount of spare time left. I assume that all of you, like me, would like to…

Guardians of the Galaxy: a delightful departure from standard superhero fare

Guardians of the Galaxy: a delightful departure from standard superhero fare

When talking about Guardians of the Galaxy, fans and critics have stressed just how different it is from its Marvel predecessors. It has an aggressively light tone, an intergalactic setting…

The DG’s Guide to Dorms 2014

The DG’s Guide to Dorms 2014

So you’ve just gotten your dorm assignment. You’re no doubt in a frenzy exchanging nervous and polite messages with your roommate, Facebook stalking your soon-to-be hallmates, and attempting to judge…

It’s Summer Time — Let’s Go On Tinder

It’s Summer Time — Let’s Go On Tinder

With finals and graduation well behind us, many students are off attempting to change the world one sharpened pencil and answered call at a time. But while internships, summer jobs,…

Fan Fiction at Swarthmore: Two Students Share Their Experiences

Fan Fiction at Swarthmore: Two Students Share Their Experiences

Once considered the domain of only the most secretive of nerds, their taped-up glasses sliding down their noses as they stare into glowing green computer screens, fan fiction has recently…

Faith and Spirituality at Swarthmore: Amie Chou ’15 on Travel and Meditation

Faith and Spirituality at Swarthmore: Amie Chou ’15 on Travel and Meditation

In this, the fourth installment of The Daily Gazette series “Faith and Spirituality at Swarthmore,” Amie Chou ’15 discusses her introduction to meditation at a Buddhist monastery and the way…

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Click here to open the gallery.   Photos by Lily Jamison-Cash ’15.…

Anxiety at Swat: An Alumnus Looks Back at Panic and Progress

Anxiety at Swat: An Alumnus Looks Back at Panic and Progress

Robb*, an alumnus and science major from the class of 2010, remembers his junior year at Swarthmore as being particularly stress-filled. His first panic attack occurred in the spring semester,…

Artist Profile: Lisa Patusky ’14 and “In Formation”

Artist Profile: Lisa Patusky ’14 and “In Formation”

Recently, The Daily Gazette caught up with Lisa Patusky ’14, whose Senior Thesis Show, “In Formation,” opens in the List Gallery on April 10th.  Patusky, a Studio Art major with minors…

History, Storytelling, and Loneliness: A Review of The Grand Budapest Hotel

History, Storytelling, and Loneliness: A Review of The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson films share many similar stylistic and thematic elements, but the most potent similarity is their dramatic layering. Case in point: though Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel presents…

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