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Campus Journal/Columns

S.978 Jail time for Streaming

It’s been three years since Justin Bieber, a Canadian pop and R&B singer/songwriter, released a YouTube video that sparked his music career. In the next year, 2009, his debut single “One Time” peaked top ten in Canada. Since then, he’s released seven songs to hit the Billboard Hot 100. No matter how far up the… Keep Reading

Around Campus/Campus Journal

ITS showcases the future of academic technology

3D Printing, Mobile Devices in the Classroom, Web Video Galleries, Pen Display Graphics Tablet, Cinematic HD Video, New Tripod, eBooks, Moodle Q&A Booth, Open Source Electronics Projects … Do these terms sound familiar? On Monday afternoon in the Scheuer Room, the annual Information Technology Services (ITS) Academic Technology Fair displayed these nine fascinating new technologies… Keep Reading

Around Campus/Campus Journal

Student and alumni composers bring music to Lang

On Saturday evening, October 29, student and alumni composers, singers and musicians gathered for a recital, which began at 8:00 p.m. in the Lang Concert Hall. The Swarthmore Department of Music and Dance, Alumni Relations Office and Council and The Friends of Music and Dance at Swarthmore College jointly hosted the 2nd Annual Student and… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Weekly Features

Dorm Dive: Separating Sleep from Socializing

First-years Rebecca Senft, Molly Feldman and their roommates Jessie Bacha and Paige Stover occupy this uniquely configured Wharton quad. Typically, first-year quads comprise of two singles branching out from a double. However, a month into the semester, the girls converted the double into a lounge and study area and each of the two singles into double sleeping rooms. The… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Columns

How to handle the aftermath of a one-night stand

This past week I got a load of questions about how to deal with a one-night stand. (Thank God for that Halloween party!) Specifically, I got questions about how to deal with bumping into your one-time lover post-sex. So, instead of ranting on about some random shit, I decided to dedicate another column to pleasing… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Columns

Digital publishing arrives in foreign markets

My recent trips to The Netherlands and Brazil surprised me by revealing just how globalized (read: Americanized) the world is: most people listen to Top 40, read U.S. books in translation and covet pricey, imported digital technology. An iPad in Amsterdam is envied; a copy of “Twilight” in Rio de Janiero overshadows Clarice Lispector or… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Columns

Advent of Halloween sees horror TV outdo film

As Halloween looms less than a week away, this time of year would usually be a period of celebration for the quintessential horror fan. Unfortunately, the month of October has been severely deficient in its output of quality horror movies. Or horror movies in general for that matter. Since the first week of October, the… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Columns

Traverse to Philly’s Old City for fine arts, sweet treats

Visitors to Philadelphia can spend a whole day exploring the historical attractions of the urban core between 6th Street and Penn’s landing — the Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell, the Betsy Ross House, etc. Today, the neighborhood these national historical treasures call home is a thriving commercial district and a hub of activity for Philadelphia’s… Keep Reading

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