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Alumni return for Arts Weekend, perform off-Broadway ‘Chimera’

“Chimera” seamlessly interweaves technology, mythology, science and audience interaction that creates an experience that causes self-reflection while not being remotely didactic. “Chimera” was performed at Swarthmore College in the Frear Ensemble Theatre on Apr. 14 as part of last week’s campus-wide Arts Weekend. The production had previously had its first production at the venue HERE… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Jonathan Molloy

WHAT HE’S DONE: The team’s leading scorer this season, Molloy added two more goals in Saturday’s loss to Dickinson. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: “Beating Muhlenberg in the final minute last year (Swarthmore won 7-6 on March 29th of last year).” GOAL HE DIDN’T ACHIEVE THIS SEASON: “To make the conference playoffs.” VIDEO GAME HE USED TO… Keep Reading


Baseball’s seniors leave behind formidable legacy

On April 21, the baseball team will hold its Senior Day as it hosts conference foe Franklin & Marshall in a late-season doubleheader. Although the Garnet is likely out of contention for a spot in the conference playoffs, the game still holds monumental importance as the last home contest for a historic senior class. The… Keep Reading


Softball swept by Dickinson, then by Washington

Fresh off the pleasure of facing the conference’s best pitcher in McDaniel’s Caroline Brehm, the Swarthmore softball team was lucky enough on Saturday to face the second-best. The results were similar, as the Garnet got swept in front of a home crowd by the Dickinson Red Devils (9-21, 5-5 in conference). The first game of… Keep Reading

Campus Journal/Columns

Austrian novelist grapples with the rise of anti-Semitism

“Memoirs of an Anti-Semite” by Gregor von Rezzori is a novel disguised as a memoir. Divided into five parts, this troubling novel explores the nature of anti-Semitism in Europe leading into World War II. The main character and narrator, Bubi, journeys from childhood into adulthood, never free from the conflict between his inherited anti-Semitism and… Keep Reading

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