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Chalk It Up: Bailie Key, 2016 Olympian?

Chalk It Up: Bailie Key, 2016 Olympian?

After the 2012 Olympics, one gymnastics blog decided to start a 2016 Olympic team prediction contest. I had to pick five members for the team and the all-around champion. I…

Microcosms of Wood: George and Mira Nakashima at Swarthmore College

Microcosms of Wood: George and Mira Nakashima at Swarthmore College

This post was first published on the author’s art blog: https://dartjournal.wordpress.com. Disclaimer: I monitor for the List Gallery regularly but I am not involved in the management or day-to-day running of…

Swat Visually: How Swatties Think About Diversity On Campus

Swat Visually: How Swatties Think About Diversity On Campus

As one student so perfectly put in their comment: “Diversity is a buzzword at Swarthmore.” We hear about diversity everywhere from our classes to Sharples, and it seems like the…

Spring Externship: Cooper University Hospital

Spring Externship: Cooper University Hospital

This spring break, I saw a woman get her uterus surgically removed. I didn’t even know uteruses could be removed. Sponsored by alum Joseph M Becker ‘66, MD, MS, FCPP,…

2 Girls 1 Column: Trying Something New

2 Girls 1 Column: Trying Something New

Hi sex-havers and non-sex havers! We’re so sorry for our momentary hiatus and are pumped as always to be back with you this week. Today we are going to be…

The Five Types of Spring Break

The Five Types of Spring Break

It’s Friday. Your last seminar just finished, you’ve packed your bags, and you have a whole week free from class stretching out in front of you. What will you do?…

Swat Visually: Divergent Diversity

Swat Visually: Divergent Diversity

While in DC this weekend, I stumbled across this sign outside a coffee house: Now, trust me, I get the sentiment that inspired this sign. Like most of you, after…

Not Your Mother’s Sex Column (Or Is It?)

Not Your Mother’s Sex Column (Or Is It?)

My mom and I have talked about sex before. Our first discussion of sex is now just a hazy elementary school memory that involved a lot of scientific terms like…

Ella Henderson’s “Chapter One”: Exactly What Pop Music Needs

Ella Henderson’s “Chapter One”: Exactly What Pop Music Needs

In early January, Ella Henderson, an 18-year-old British X-Factor reject, dropped her debut album Chapter One in the United States. And while her fame in the UK has been widespread,…

Swat Visually: Putting A Name To A Room

Swat Visually: Putting A Name To A Room

Food and space are fundamentally linked. Philosopher Elizabeth Grosz likens cities to human bodies based upon how they both consume food, produced elsewhere yet manipulated for their corporeal needs. On…

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