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Students and faculty discover the benefits of yoga

Taking five minutes to practice a corpse pose may seem — aside from slightly morbid — a luxury unaffordable to time-crunched students cramming for exams or banging out the slew of papers. Those who practice yoga, however, view the exercise differently: as an effective method to increase mental and physical fitness while offering a much-needed… Keep Reading

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New shows hit the main stage at the Players Club

The Players Club of Swarthmore, a community theatre, built in 1911 and around a 20-minute walk from Swarthmore College, attracts large audiences and offers a wide variety of plays, ranging from musicals to dramas. With three hundred seats in the mainstage studio and an eighty-seat black-box theatre for second stage, the club puts forth great… Keep Reading

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Senior Company to perform “Fefu and Her Friends”

From a night of Shakespeare’s scenes to a performance of “Company,” Swarthmore’s drama groups have already had a significant impact on campus entertainment this semester. The groups have used spaces from Upper Tarble to Olde Club to showcase their dramatic talent. However, this weekend, audiences will find quite a different location for Senior Company’s 2012… Keep Reading

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Students staying at Swat celebrate Thanksgiving

For many families, tradition dictates the holiday seasons. Whether it’s the breaking of the wishbone, cooking a special family recipe or cheering for favorite football teams, Thanksgiving traditions tend to make the holidays feel cozier, maintaining an air of familiarity in the festivities. Associate Professor of Anthropology Farha Ghannam has developed her own tradition for… Keep Reading

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