Charles Inniss ’09 hopes to bring his passion for music to the main stage in fall of 2008. Inniss, a music major, has written and composed his own musical titled, […]Read more
Caridad PiÃ±eiro, the author of romance, paranormal, and suspense novels, spoke at Swarthmore on Friday. In her lecture, titled “Empowering Women and Latinas in Modern Publishing: How the ‘South Beach […]Read more
On Tuesday, November 20th, Elsa Drucaroff, author of The Promised Hell: A Zwi Migdal Prostitute lectured on the plight of Jewish prostitutes in Argentina from the 1860s to the 1940s.Read more
With interest piqued by promises of a twist on the classic play, lovers’ drama, and seductive fairies, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” opened with three showings this weekend. The play was […]Read more
Download link On Saturday, Ballet X, a Philadelphia dance company, performed a short piece entitled “Once Again”, to a full audience. The informal performance was in the Troy Dance Lab […]Read more
On Wednesday evening, English Literature Professor Bakirathi Mani held a discussion on South Asian identity, dating, and sexuality. The event was sponsored by DESHI as part of Diya Week. Mani […]Read more
Kelly sees art as a way to reconciliation, and believes that reconciliation is necessary for peace in Northern Ireland.
“Our work is not just about challenging the status quo or the government. It’s also about challenging our own people. My people are not just victims of suffering; they also give out a lot of it,” Kelly said.
“I thought the discussion did a nice job of culminating the Clothesline Project,” said Nell Bang-Jensen ’11. “It was a really intense, emotional week and it was nice to have the opportunity to look forward. It was really empowering to take those horrible experiences and to relate them to Swarthmore, and be able to ask, ‘Okay, what can we do about it?’”Read more
Andrea Cornejo ’10, found fasting made Ramadan especially meaningful for her. “It really made me show appreciation, not only for food, but for many material things. It made me think about everything I have. Also, I felt the experience was heightened by the feeling of solidarity from fasting with my friends”, she said.Read more
Image supplied by publicistOn Saturday, magician Mike Super returned to Swarthmore and performed a show to a not-quite-full, yet enthusiastic crowd at LPAC. Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities, […]Read more