Bell-Sing, One-Act Plays, Taiko, Haiti, and the Course of True Love

Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG.

The Williams a capella group Octet visited for Grapevine's Bell-Sing. Photo by Cindy Lin.
Grapevine during its Bell-Sing, which took place on one of the first warm days of spring. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Students perform in the semesterly One-Act Play festival. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The Mountains at Olde Club. Photo by Brendan Work.
The Haiti Benefit Concert raised money to send to Haiti relief. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Students perform scenes from Shakespeare in The Course of True Love (It's Not Smooth). Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Sixteen Feet's Toejam concert. Photo by Se Eun Gong.
Fluffy Lumbers plays at Olde Club. Photo by Brendan Work.
The Tamagawa University Taiko Drum and Dance Ensemble, from Tokyo, gives its annual taiko performance. Photo by Ellen Sanchez.
Students play at Olde Club in a Rose Tattoo Cafe. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.