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Little Dragon: Feed Your Inner Hipster

Little Dragon: Feed Your Inner Hipster

Little Dragon sounds like little you’ve heard before: if Google Translate could provide a musical interpretation of the word “quirky,” it would very likely be a Little Dragon instrumental.  Before…

Self-Care at Swat: Support

Self-Care at Swat: Support

“Abigail, you said you were going to bed early tonight.” “But I have so much work left to do!” Thus began a conversation which ultimately resulted in my getting enough…

Live Tweet — Arguing for Justice: Public Opinion, Legal Controversy, and the ‘Chinese Dream’

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A Taylor Swift Fan’s Take on Her First Pop Album — “1989″

A Taylor Swift Fan’s Take on Her First Pop Album — “1989″

When Taylor Swift announced that her fifth studio album, 1989, would be her ”first documented, official pop album,” I was skeptical. Anybody who has seen my dorm room or phone’s wallpaper…

MeatTweet: Meat Day 2014

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IFC’s “The Birthday Boys” Returns for a Second Season

IFC’s “The Birthday Boys” Returns for a Second Season

The Daily Gazette recently got the chance to speak with two cast members of IFC’s The Birthday Boys, a sketch comedy show that just returned for its second season. Executive…

Medea: A Current Interpretation of an Ancient Tragedy

Medea: A Current Interpretation of an Ancient Tragedy

“Euripedes is like the Quentin Tarantino of Ancient Greece,” said Alessandra Occhiolini ‘17, who plays Medea in Robinson Jeffers’s free translation of the eponymous play. This weekend, director Joshua Wolfsun…

The Most Amazing Startups and Founders from Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit

The Most Amazing Startups and Founders from Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit

This week, The Daily Gazette was invited to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit, where over 1500 of the world’s greatest young entrepreneurs and activists came to Philadelphia for three-days of panels,…

Filmmakers Todd Haynes and Christine Vachon talk Queer Collaborations

Filmmakers Todd Haynes and Christine Vachon talk Queer Collaborations

Earlier this week, Swarthmore welcomed Academy Award nominated director Todd Haynes and producer Christine Vachon with “Queer Collaborations.” This two-day Sager Series event kicked off with a screening of one…

Swat Visually: A Swarthmore College Subway Design by Matthew Goldman

Swat Visually: A Swarthmore College Subway Design by Matthew Goldman

This week, Swat Visually is featuring Matthew Goldman ’15, who visualized his story of Swarthmore by designing a subway map of campus. Goldman sat down with Swat Visually to share…