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Lex & Goldaline Elongates Time and Minimizes Space

Lex & Goldaline Elongates Time and Minimizes Space

“It started as an attempt to slow down time,” said Swift Shuker-Haines ‘14 about Lex & Goldaline: A Mirror Fugue In Three Acts, their directorial thesis being staged this weekend.…

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…

The Mystery of Irma Vep: Photo Gallery

The Mystery of Irma Vep: Photo Gallery

Patrick Ross ’15 and Sasha Rojavin ’16 star in The Mystery of Irma Vep, directed by Anna Russell ‘14.   Click here to open the gallery.  …

Conspiratorial and Political: Captain America Enters the 21st Century

Conspiratorial and Political: Captain America Enters the 21st Century

Comic books are a medium, not a genre, but unfortunately “superhero movies” have become the latter. These adaptations are typically filled with bloated action sequences sandwiched between origin stories and…

pArty

pArty

The Swarthmore Art Department hosted a party in Beardsley Hall Friday complete with food trucks and an array of well-dressed faculty, staff and students. The “pArty” was part of the…

The Week in Pictures: Arts Month Kick Off

The Week in Pictures: Arts Month Kick Off

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Intergenerational Drum and Dance Project Returns to Swarthmore Community

Intergenerational Drum and Dance Project Returns to Swarthmore Community

After a two year hiatus, the Intergenerational Drum and Dance Project will be returning to Swarthmore College. The class involves neo-traditional elements of drumming and dance from Mali and Guinea,…

Preview: Supernatural Caper The Mystery of Irma Vep is Quick and Absurd

Preview: Supernatural Caper The Mystery of Irma Vep is Quick and Absurd

Cross-dressing. Werewolves. Class conflict. Egyptology. Academic rivalry. Vampires. All this and more can be seen this weekend at The Mystery of Irma Vep. Inspired by Rebecca and Wuthering Heights, The…

Snapshots from Abroad: Adventures in France

Snapshots from Abroad: Adventures in France

Lily Jamison-Cash ’15 is currently studying abroad in France, where she has taken the following photographs. Enjoy these snapshots of her travels! Click here to open the gallery. Powered by…