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Eric Song Lecture Explores Changing Definitions of Marriage in Literature

Eric Song Lecture Explores Changing Definitions of Marriage in Literature

“Now I kind of feel like a traveling salesman, selling the same vacuum,” Professor Eric Song said at his lecture, “The Queen is Not a Subject: The Politics and Theology…

Out and About: Ski Day

Out and About: Ski Day

            Maybe it was an early bout of senioritis, or maybe it was the recent cold weather spell (I’m from Florida; when the temperature is…

Michelle Myers ’15 talks CAPS and Mental Health Discussions

Michelle Myers ’15 talks CAPS and Mental Health Discussions

For Michelle Myers ’15, dealing with anxiety preceded coming to college. “I really can’t remember a time when I wasn’t anxious,” she said, “I’ve always had a really intense perfectionist…

Culture Plus: Hollywood Is Still Failing Women

Culture Plus: Hollywood Is Still Failing Women

At first glance, 2013 seems to have been a good year for women in movies. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire recently beat out Iron Man 3 as the top grossing…

Maria Rogers ’14 Discusses a Lost Pin, Communication, and Sensation

Maria Rogers ’14 Discusses a Lost Pin, Communication, and Sensation

Last semester, I was fortunate enough to be able to sit down with recent alumna Maria Rogers ‘14 to discuss, among other things, the treasured bird pin she had recently…

Stacy Levy’s Crum Creek Meander Echoes Nature’s Patterns

Stacy Levy’s Crum Creek Meander Echoes Nature’s Patterns

Stacy Levy Discusses Crum Creek Meander from The Daily Gazette on Vimeo. The winding line of towering blue poles that appeared on Sharples lawn this past semester has been an…

The Dark Side of the Mind: Surrealism at the PMA

The Dark Side of the Mind: Surrealism at the PMA

Surrealism is an artistic journey into dreams, into fear, and into nightmares, where the best works can be visually and aesthetically pleasing yet still scare the viewer subconsciously. While I’m…

East/West Exhibition at List Gallery Examines Tension Between Nature and Decay

East/West Exhibition at List Gallery Examines Tension Between Nature and Decay

This past Thursday, the List Gallery opened East/West, an exhibitition featuring the work of photographer Andrew Moore. Moore gave a lecture on his career and creative process before the official…

The Week in Pictures: Stacy Levy, Martin Luther King Week and a Very Expensive Cake

The Week in Pictures: Stacy Levy, Martin Luther King Week and a Very Expensive Cake

Andrew Moore’s exhibition opened Thursday at the List Gallery Martin Froger-Silva ’16     “The Week in Pictures” is a weekly photo spread of life at Swarthmore College put together…

Filipino Fundraiser Dinner to Contribute to Typhoon Haiyan Relief

Filipino Fundraiser Dinner to Contribute to Typhoon Haiyan Relief

Students interested in international events and human rights issues can find a wealth of opportunity in an upcoming fundraiser dinner for victims of Typhoon Haiyan. The dinner will be held…