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You’ve just crossed over into the friendzone

The splash zone is fun to be in, “The Twilight Zone” is fun to watch, and the subduction zone is something I’m sure natural science students love to learn about. But the zone that no one likes, the zone that makes people cringe, the zone that screams GET OUT is that of (drum roll please)… Keep Reading

Columns/Opinions

Learning English goodly

Learning English is hard. I really started trying to learn the language when I was in 8th grade. When I was growing up in China, I did not go to an international school, and, at the time, my English class was teaching basics of the language that native speakers probably learned in kindergarten. I wanted… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

Womyn Power Playlist: Love God Herself

As you probably already know, last Wednesday was International Women’s Day (or should I say, womyn’s day) — a day for celebrating and empowering womyn, while acknowledging and generating discourse on how to change structural barriers. If there is one exemplary way for womyn to empower ourselves, it is music. Music, just like any form… Keep Reading

Columns/Sports

After slow start, baseball bounces back strong

After a slow start losing two doubleheaders to open up the season, the Baseball team bounced back over spring break in Fort Myers, Florida. The team flew south for their annual trip the first Saturday of spring break to escape the cold. After seven days of sunshine, the team returned with an overall record of… Keep Reading

Arts

March First Friday

On the first Friday of every month, galleries around Third Street in Philadelphia open up for free and feature special exhibits. “First Friday” is a public event that takes places in various cities around the United States on the first Friday of each month, bringing artists together around the country. First Friday started in Philadelphia… Keep Reading

News

Despite strain writing course requirement to remain unchanged for the near future

As the class of 2019 completes the sophomore planning process, and students look ahead toward deciding their future courses, disparities in writing-intensive course offerings between departments has initiated few discussions of changes to the program by the Office of the Provost. One of multiple requirements students have to complete before graduation, the writing course requirement… Keep Reading

Arts

Floating concerts spring up across campus

The Swarthmore Floating Concert Series, a pop-up concert project created by Jonathan Kay ’20 where students are given the location an hour before the event, has eight more shows lined up this semester. Various factors influenced Kay’s creation of the event, including his excitement to be part of the college music scene back in high… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

Horoscopes: How to Access your Inner Power

Hey, I know your future. So listen up. Aries There’s great opportunity ahead of you, Aries, but try not to take on too much. While your ambition is ultimately a strength, make sure you don’t bite off more than you can chew. Times ahead will test your patience, but you may find further inner power… Keep Reading

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