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Laura Wagner has 19 articles published.

Around Campus/News

Impacts of OneCard changes felt on and off campus

Fall 2016 marked the first semester of expanded meal plans that include Swat Points for use in the Ville. For the first time in Swarthmore’s history students now have the option to use their meal plans to eat at Aria, Bamboo Bistro, Dunkin Donuts, Hobbs Coffee, Occasionally Yours, Renato Pizzeria, Vicky’s Place, and the Co-Op… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

Deliciously Yours, Just Bring OneCard

Over last semester, eating in the Ville for my reviews has become one of my favorite things to do. As a self-proclaimed homebody, I’m far more likely to go to Sharples for its convenience and comfort than I am to venture out to try a new restaurant in the Ville. Every other week, I have… Keep Reading

Around Campus/Campus Journal

Endless Possibilities, Aisle One

They say ignorance is bliss. They’re wrong. I’ve been at Swarthmore for nearly four months and I’m here to tell you, that when I went to the Co-Op for the first time on a sunny afternoon in late November and, rid of my ignorance, I experienced true bliss. There’s something magical about the Co-Op. I… Keep Reading

Columns/Opinions

The admissions mistake

Since I’ve gotten to Swarthmore, the idea of the so-called “admissions mistake” has never been far from mind. From the Orientation Play in September, which had a plot centered around finding such a mistake until realizing that the mistake was the judgmental college official, to the Celebration of Failure happening this Friday, the concept has… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

On the Hobbs-Dunkin divide, and on Jamocha

As a non-coffee drinker, I’ve found the culture surrounding coffee fascinating. It seems that Swatties love coffee more than any other substance available. I’ve met serious coffee drinkers, who drink it because they love coffee for coffee’s own sake and I’ve met those who drink it solely for the caffeine, and I’ve discovered that asking… Keep Reading

Op-Eds/Opinions

On eating alone

Once or twice a week, I walk into Sharples for dinner with a weird feeling in my stomach. I walk down the stairs, look around, and my suspicions are confirmed: I’m eating alone tonight. I swear under my breath, wonder how I’ve managed to lose track of time again, and come after my friends have… Keep Reading

Around Campus/Campus Journal

Vicky’s Place: A Prime Place for Breakfast

Breakfast has traditionally been lauded as the most important meal of the day, and it’s impossible for me to feel fully refreshed after waking up until I’ve eaten breakfast. I often stand with breakfast hardliner Leslie Knope who wondered “Why would anyone ever eat anything other than breakfast food?” While JJ’s Diner unfortunately doesn’t exist… Keep Reading

Op-Eds/Opinions

On going home and coming back

From the moment I first visited campus during my junior year of high school, Swarthmore felt like home. Standing on Magill Walk, I felt an inexplicable wave of comfort and familiarity. I still do. During the stress of moving in and saying good-bye to my family, I was comforted by the fact that my room… Keep Reading

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