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Restaurant Reviews: A Taste of Asia

The Daily Gazette announces that it will now provide restaurant reviews! To kick off our new addition to the opinions section, two installments of restaurants I've visited recently will be…

Swattie ‘08 Running (Campaign) For President

Trading the lovely sights of the McGill walk to view of rural Iowan towns, Julie Baker ’08 has taken a leave from Swarthmore this fall to become a regional organizer…

The Songs and Studies of Chester’s Children

Music Professor John Alston spends his Saturdays convincing reluctant Chester children to sing. …

Local Foods Dinner a Success

On Thursday evening, Sharples overflowed with eager diners who had come to sample local foods at a dinner hosted by Swarthmore’s Good Food Project. Every item on the menu--from the…

Squirrels!

Squirrels!

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Shakespeare in Sharples

Shakespeare in Sharples

Romeo (Ariel Horowitz '10) and Juliet (Eleanor McSherry '10) perform some impromptu Shakespeare in Sharples. -Where is my Romeo? -Indian Bar, I see, hath been his timeless end. [...]…

Roofing

Roofing

Roofing

Menacing Editors

Menacing Editors

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Orchestra 2001 Performs Messiaen and Weill

Last night Orchestra 2001 continued its 19th season with a concert in Lang Concert Hall featuring Kurt Weill's Violin Concerto, Steven Mackey's recent work No Two Breaths and Olivier Messiaen's…

“City Scenes and Portraits”: John Dubrow at the List Gallery

“City Scenes and Portraits”: John Dubrow at the List Gallery

John Dubrow, the Marjorie Heilman Visiting Artist, gave a lecture last Thursday in LPAC Cinema. A show of his work, entitled “City Scenes and Portraits 2000-2007,” will be exhibited at…