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Postcards from abroad: Sara Morell

Dear Campus Journal, So I’ve been in Rabat for the past two weeks and am absolutely loving my time here!I’m taking classes through a program called AMIDEAST with about 27 other American students. My host mom has promised to teach me how to cook delicious Moroccan food like chicken tagine and harira. The dad loves… Keep Reading

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Raising voices in song to help the homeless

The snow flurry on Sunday afternoon caused the temperature to drop a further several degrees, but inside the cozy and well-lit Whittier Room of the Friends Meeting House there was a concert going on. It was the third annual “Harmony for the Homeless” concert, an a cappella concert to benefit the Swarthmore Friends Meeting’s “Cooking… Keep Reading

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Swarthmore’s very own LARP to return to campus

As the sesquicentennial approaches, a group of students is starting a new tradition at Swarthmore. The group, comprised of six students, including Riley Collins ’16, Randy Doyle ’16, Raymond Elias ’15, Leah Foster ’14, Josh Ginzberg ’15, and Julian Marin ’14, is organizing a Live Action Role Playing game (LARP). LARPs, in a broad sense,… Keep Reading

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Playwright Sam “Swift” Shuker-Haines ’14 debuts thesis work

Sad kids and queer love: that’s how Sam “Swift” Shuker-Haines ‘14 describes their Honors Playwriting Thesis, read at the Lang Performing Arts Centre last week. Titled “The Real World Will Never Arrive,” the staged reading was directed by Professor Adriano Shaplin from the theater department and featured performers from Applied Mechanics, a Philadelphia-based troupe. “Teenagers… Keep Reading

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