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Swatties Share Externship Experiences

Over winter break, several Swarthmore students explored different career fields around the country through Career Service's externship program. Externships pair current students with Swarthmore alums for a week to shadow…

Clouds

Clouds

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Lang Opportunity Scholars: Trying To Save The World

The Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility has chosen several students for its Lang Opportunity Scholars in the class of 2010. Up to six sophomores are selected to “design…

Just After Sunset

Just After Sunset

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Reviews of Ville Cuisine

Find these restaurants on the map here. To many at Swarthmore College, The Ville is just a quaint little town from whence come numerous pizzas and Chinese food delicacies that…

Brian Meunier at the List Gallery

Brian Meunier at the List Gallery

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A large crowd of all ages filled LPAC Cinema this past Saturday to hear a talk by artist, Brian Meunier. The lecture and slide viewing…

The Da Vinci Carte du Jour

Da Vinci's Cafe, formerly known as the Cheese Court, offers (in theory) an assortment of gourmet sandwiches, baked goods, and coffee-based drinks. They have a reputation for being a bit…

Orchestra 2001 Gives Philadelphia Premier of Boulez Work

The most recent concert of Orchestra 2001, featuring the Philadelphia premier of Boulez's landmark Le marteau sans maître was billed as "the new music event of the year" by the…

From Stump to Sculpture

From Stump to Sculpture

The Bender Oak, cut down over the summer after years of decline, has now been transformed into a piece of art. Artist Marty Long used an oak leaf as his…

Charles Inniss ’09 Composes Musical, “Written in the Stars”

Charles Inniss ’09 hopes to bring his passion for music to the main stage in fall of 2008. Inniss, a music major, has written and composed his own musical titled,…