Cartogoraphasia, BoM Lunch, Car Wash, Poetry Slam, and More

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Last weekend's Board of Managers meeting included a lunch where students and members of the Board discussed the future of Swarthmore. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The Sexual Health Counselors screened Saved! last weekend as part of their Cake and Condoms series. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Students enjoy sushi at the Co-Op's tasting event. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Cartogoraphasia, a play by the Telephone Bronco Theater Company, played in Frear on Friday. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Cartogoraphasia was originally developed for the Philly Fringe festival, which ran in September.
Telephone Bronco is comprised entirely of recent alumni and current students in Swarthmore's Theater Department. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
A student performs at the Poetry Slam on Saturday night, featuring Willie Perdomo. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The event was a part of the ongoing Latino Heritage Month. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The softball team at a car wash fundraiser last weekend. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
The Red Cross blood drive last week gathered the most blood of any one-day drive in College history. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Orchestra 2001 opened their season with an event featuring narration by Marina Sirtis, an actress from _Star Trek: The Next Generation_, in _Enoch Arden Op. 38_ by Strauss. The orchestra also played works by Osvaldo Golijov. Photo by Ellen Sanchez.
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