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Fall Olde Club Preview

Last week's performance by Earl Greyhound marked the beginning of another semester of concerts at Olde Club. Now that we're all in the mood for more indie rock goodness, the…

Weekend Roundup: Museums and Music

Swarthmore's self-titled "Queen of Fun", Assistant Student Activities Coordinator Paury Flowers, has encouraged students via e-mail to travel into Philadelphia. The Campus Philly Kick-off will feature live music, art, and…

Renowned Pianist Simone Dinnerstein to Perform at Swat

Tonight at 8 PM in the Lang Concert Hall, the renowned pianist Simone Dinnerstein will give a recital of Bach's Goldberg Variations. The Goldberg Variations is a piece that has…

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink

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Sigma Xi Student Poster Session

Sigma Xi Student Poster Session

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Symbiosis

Symbiosis

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Student Mariachi Band Thrives on Campus

Swarhmore’s lectures can provide more than just relevant, exciting updates on certain fields of study—apparently they can create music as well. Indirectly, maybe. After Russell Rodriguez, a lecturer at University…

Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project

Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky with the Philadelphia Orchestra

Last weekend the Philadelphia Orchestra opened its 2007-2008 concert season with a concert of Tchaikovsky's 1st symphony and Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring , conducted by music director Christoph Eschenbach.…

Earl Greyhound, Pora! Pora! Rock Olde Club

Earl Greyhound, Pora! Pora! Rock Olde Club

Brooklyn-based retro rockers Earl Greyhound played Olde Club on Saturday night, to great success. “During a recent Earl Greyhound show, one audience member turned to another…