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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…

Divergent Movie Improves Upon Book

Divergent Movie Improves Upon Book

Divergent is one of the few film adaptations that improves upon its source material. That’s not to say that Divergent is a great film, but it’s definitely a solid, often…

The Week in Pictures: Vocals, Fencing and Lax

The Week in Pictures: Vocals, Fencing and Lax

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Students Meet At Crossroads of Spirituality and Mental Health in Mind and Spirit Stories

Students Meet At Crossroads of Spirituality and Mental Health in Mind and Spirit Stories

On Saturday, March 1st, students gathered in the Common Worship Room of Bond Hall to share their experiences of mental health and spirituality. Mind and Spirit Stories, organized by Abby…

Titus Andronicus: Gallery

Titus Andronicus: Gallery

Titus Andronicus ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 13 Photo by Anita Castillo-Halvorssen '15   Funded by Drama Board Directed by Joshua McLucas ’15 Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Treasure Tinsley…

Titus Andronicus Brings Attention to Modern Violence

Titus Andronicus Brings Attention to Modern Violence

“I think that historical-based Shakespeare has almost no place in the theater world [...] It’s a museum piece, not theater. It attempts to do nothing but recreate something that’s already…

Anxiety at Swat: CAPS Director David Ramirez Talks Stress in the Modern Age

Anxiety at Swat: CAPS Director David Ramirez Talks Stress in the Modern Age

In this installment of the biweekly series “Anxiety at Swat,” David Ramirez, director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offered his thoughts on sources of stress coping strategies. Even before…