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Swat Visually: A Sharples of Our Own

Swat Visually: A Sharples of Our Own

I won’t write too much, since after all, I can almost guarantee that’s not what you’re reading this article for. Inspired by how excited everyone was by Swat Visually’s first…

Religion and Environment: Panel Discussion at Bond Hall

Religion and Environment: Panel Discussion at Bond Hall

“That’s my vision of ecological spirituality. It begins with wonder and awe of the magic of the natural world,” said Professor Mark Wallace at the Spirituality and Environmental Justice Panel…

Changing Spaces: The Paul Strand Exhibit

Changing Spaces: The Paul Strand Exhibit

Paul Strand (1890-1976) is a late modern American photographer. He dealt with photography in the Americas, various spots in Europe, and Africa. Alfred Stieglitz, a showing artist at the time,…

Week in Pictures: What We Owe to Hypocrites, Women and Men’s Basketball vs. McDaniel College

Week in Pictures: What We Owe to Hypocrites, Women and Men’s Basketball vs. McDaniel College

This past week at Swarthmore College, What We Owe to Hypocrites: Contractualism and the Speaker-Relativity of Justification W. Basketball vs. McDaniel College M. Basketball vs. McDaniel College Click here to…

The Seven Screw Dates You May Have

The Seven Screw Dates You May Have

Don’t know what to expect on Saturday? From the good to the bad to the super awkward, we’ve laid out all the possibilities. Here’s the seven types of Screw dates…

The Comprehensive List of Dos and Don’ts for “Screw Your Roommate”

The Comprehensive List of Dos and Don’ts for “Screw Your Roommate”

You’re putting the finishing touches on your Screw costume. “Should I add glitter?” you ask. No. Never add glitter. Don’t be THAT Screw date. In order to help you avoid…

Screw Your Boring Conversation: 36 Questions to Ask Your Date

Screw Your Boring Conversation: 36 Questions to Ask Your Date

You’re three and a half minutes into your Screw date and you’ve already run out of things to talk about. You’ve established your majors, class years, and you’re about to…

“A Pillar of Marble” Asks Questions of Paradise and Identity

“A Pillar of Marble” Asks Questions of Paradise and Identity

At Sunday’s staged reading of “A Pillar of Marble,” an Honors Dramaturgy Thesis crafted by Amelia Dornbush ‘15 and directed by Rebecca Wright, a friend took rapid notes in Hebrew…

The Sophomore Plan: Five Years Later

The Sophomore Plan: Five Years Later

These first few weeks of the spring semester, members of the class of 2017 have been busy preparing their Sophomore Plans. Though we often tout the Sophomore Plan as the…

2 Girls 1 Column: The Best

2 Girls 1 Column: The Best

Seeing as Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, we decided to take this week to our happy, happy place and celebrating one of our favorite art forms: that blissful…