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Special Photo Spread: People’s Climate March

Special Photo Spread: People’s Climate March

This past week-end, 190 Swatties drove up to NYC to participate in the largest climate march in history, with over 350,000 people! Saturday, about 50 students participated in workshops with…

Live Tweet — José Galvez’s De Mis Viajes: From My Travels

Live Tweet — José Galvez’s De Mis Viajes: From My Travels

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2 Girls 1 Column: Introduction

2 Girls 1 Column: Introduction

What’s up, sex-havers and not sex-havers! Welcome to the first edition of 2 Girls 1 Column, the new sextacular brought to you by The Daily Gazette. We’d like to introduce…

Broken-Hearted Dreamer: Introduction

Broken-Hearted Dreamer: Introduction

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” --Henry David Thoreau Hey…

Week In Pictures: Lectures, Rooftops, and Soccer

Week In Pictures: Lectures, Rooftops, and Soccer

This week at Swarthmore: Art History Lecture, Film Screening, and unusual look at Swat’s green roofs, and both men’s and women’s soccer! Click here to open the gallery. “The Week…

Your Guide to New Fall TV

Your Guide to New Fall TV

The best time of the year is upon us once again: pilot season. Beginning this week and stretching through November, more than 30 new shows will premiere on networks and…

Swat Visually: Return of The Funnel

Swat Visually: Return of The Funnel

There has been no shortage of articles written on the changes to the alcohol policy in these past few weeks. Since we received Dean Liliana Rodriguez’s now infamous email over…

A Southern Perspective at Swat

A Southern Perspective at Swat

I debated whether or not I should write this article. My brother, a sophomore at Brown, told me that it sounded like I was going on the defensive. Did I…

Photo Essay: “Caged” by Natasha Chak ’18

Photo Essay: “Caged” by Natasha Chak ’18

Natasha Chak is a first year student from Hong Kong. Three years ago she explored the housing problem in her home city. In her own words: “Inadequate housing such as the…

RnM Auditions: An Inside Look

RnM Auditions: An Inside Look

It’s been 5 years since I gave up ballet. I outgrew my black leotards and pink tights, my pointe shoes turned into cross-country shoes, and instead of splits I started…