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The Week in Pictures: Grapevine, Basketball, and Thanksgiving Dinners

The Week in Pictures: Grapevine, Basketball, and Thanksgiving Dinners

<em>“The Week in Pictures” is a weekly photo spread of life at Swarthmore College put together by the staff of The Daily Gazette. If you have a photo you would…

Orchestra Concert Showcases Diverse Array of Pieces

Orchestra Concert Showcases Diverse Array of Pieces

This past Sunday, the Swarthmore College Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Hauze ’04, performed a diverse repertoire for their fall concert. The program featured a performance by David Kim, concertmaster of…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sparkles in the Crum

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sparkles in the Crum

Last Saturday at midnight, a crowd waited eagerly at the mouth of the trail that leads to Crum Meadow. A little after midnight, a band of merry men made their way…

Sipping Culture: Chinese Tea Culture Explored Through Interactive Event

Sipping Culture: Chinese Tea Culture Explored Through Interactive Event

Last Friday, members of the Swarthmore community sat down together to listen to lectures and musical performances, brew tea, and learn about the significance of Chinese tea culture. “Sipping Culture: The…

Anxiety at Swat: Erika Cancio-Bello ’15 Talks Accommodations and Support

Anxiety at Swat: Erika Cancio-Bello ’15 Talks Accommodations and Support

Anxiety at Swat is a new, biweekly column that will profile students who experience anxiety of some sort at Swarthmore. This column will explore the spectrum of anxiety, from everyday…

Semester of Service: Shirley

Semester of Service: Shirley

Abigail Henderson ’14 is taking a leave of absence this semester do what she calls “A Semester of Service” in Philadelphia. She is keeping a blog as she goes and…

Week in Pictures: Noam Chomsky, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Dee Craig’s Mural

Week in Pictures: Noam Chomsky, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Dee Craig’s Mural

“Managing Russian History Affectively”: Lecture Connects Conflict, Catharsis, and Creation

“Managing Russian History Affectively”: Lecture Connects Conflict, Catharsis, and Creation

Princeton University professor and anthropologist Serguei Oushakine visited campus last Thursday, presenting a lecture entitled “Remember, Repeat, Reenact: Managing Russian History Affectively” that used a variety of media to provoke…

Gu’d Food: Boba and Snacks in Chinatown

Gu’d Food: Boba and Snacks in Chinatown

Although this is my second article about Philly Chinatown (but let’s be real, I could write so many articles about this place), this week we will be talking about small…

The Yellow Stockings Players Present The Fall 2013 Night of Scenes

The Yellow Stockings Players Present The Fall 2013 Night of Scenes

Some of the most intimate moments of Shakespearean characters were brought to campus in the vast, open space of Upper Tarble, where students performed the annual Night of Scenes, presented…