Where I’m From

I usually don’t like telling people at Swarthmore where I’m from.  This is because I can inevitably predict what they’re going to say when I tell them that I’m from Hawaii, which usually falls along the lines of “Oh, how lovely! My

Monet: Cataracts and Anger Create a Post-Impressionist

Nymphéas, Japanese Bridge, currently displayed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, was painted by French impressionist painter Claude Monet (1840-1926) circa 1918-26 in Giverny, France. This is one of his final works in his famous Nymphéas (Water Lilies) series and of his

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Men’s Tennis: Swarthmore College: 8, University of Scranton: 1 Swarthmore men’s tennis opened their fall season on Friday night at home against the University of Scranton. The Garnet secured a 3-0 sweep in doubles play and won five of six singles matches.

Athlete of the Week: Trisha Razdan ’25

Trisha Razdan ’25, a junior from Palo Alto, CA, was integral to Swarthmore volleyball’s success over Dickinson College in their conference opener on Saturday afternoon. The Garnet defeated the Red Devils, 3-0, on the road, and Razdan tallied a team-best ten kills

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