Spooky Season: Halloweentown

It’s finally here, the time that we (or maybe just me) have been waiting for: Halloween! Naturally, I had to celebrate the momentous occasion with another horror film review. I had a difficult time choosing the right film to close out the

Spooky Season: Devil’s Advocate

**Content Warning: Though this article will only briefly mention these, the film has two scenes of sexual violence, suicide, and incest. There are also other violent and gory scenes.  Find a complete list of warnings here. Be careful if/when watching.  This review

Spooky Season: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

As September starts and the temperatures gradually begin to cool, we see the beginnings of a new season: the spooky season. A time of horror films, pumpkins, and the all-important holiday: Halloween. Though the parties and events that usually come with the

48 Hours in Murchison Falls

Last semester, I studied abroad in Rwanda and Uganda. During my time in Uganda, my program took us to spend two days at the Nile River and on a safari in Murchison Falls National Park. The park is the largest in Uganda

Reflecting on Denice Frohman

Six years ago, in my first year of high school, I watched a spoken word poem performed online entitled, “Dear Straight People.” For the first time I heard the words, “Dear Queer Young Girl, I see you. You don’t want them to

Accessing the Arts in Philly

This article was edited on Sept. 15 at 12:15 P.M. to note that PAFA is offering “pay-what-you-wish” admission through Oct. 26. Philadelphia is often cited as an easy, fun resource for students to utilize during their time at Swarthmore by various officials

What the Arts Means at Swarthmore

As the year comes to an end, most of us are left to reflect on the time we have spent at Swarthmore College and what we have been able to do so far. One of the most amazing things has been the

Profiles in Art: Therese Ton

The best pieces of art come with a story, something that can be passed on through the generations. At Swarthmore, one of the most beautiful stories comes along with Toscah, the name of Therese Ton’s ̕ 19 emerging bakery. Ton’s story is