“Oriented” film shows intersectional perspectives

Last Tuesday, the documentary “Oriented”, produced and directed by Jake Witzenfeld, was screened as a result of sponsorship from the Peace and Conflict Studies and Sociology and Anthropology departments, as well as the Lang Center for Civic and social responsibility. The film

Pulitzer-winning photojournalist exhibits in McCabe

On the Wednesday before break, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist April Saul delivered a lecture on her work, currently on display at McCabe library and the List Gallery. Saul’s work, primarily based in the Greater Philadelphia area, documents the experiences of individuals and families

OASiS open mic brings slam poetry to Swatties

A small but hearty crowd of students gathered at Kitao last Saturday to listen to poems and the occasional rap and song. The open mic was hosted by Swarthmore’s Organization for Low Income Students and Our Art Spoken in Soul — Swarthmore’s

The sounds of pub nite always lead back to semisonic

Pub Nite can be pretty predictable when it comes to music. In the later part of the night, after the lights are turned off, music always shifts towards hits that are more dance-worthy, and of course, the night isn’t over until “American

LPAC photo exhibit humanizes refugees

Last Tuesday, the photography exhibit “Humanizing Humanity: A Day in the Life of a Refugee”, opened in the lobby of the Lang Performing Arts Center. The exhibit features images of refugees taken by several photographers which are displayed alongside short pieces of

Khaled Al-Saa’i brings calligraphy art to Swarthmore

Renowned Syrian calligrapher Khaled Al-Saa’i visited campus Wednesday, March 23 to give a lecture and demonstration on his unique style of artwork. At 4:15 p.m. in the Scheuer Room, Al-Saa’i, in a gentle and unostentatious manner, projected his works on the screen

RnM leads celebration of divas

This past Friday, Rhythm n’ Motion dance company hosted the annual Diva Party in Paces. “Diva” colloquially refers to a number of female artists that have produced music with feminist undertones, including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Fergie, Missy Elliot, and many more. At

Remi Kanazi performs at Intercultural Center

Last Wednesday evening, walking into the comfy and colorful IC room for Remi Kanazi’s event, who has had his political commentary featured in news outlets all over the world such as Salon, Al Jazeera English, and BBC radio event, I was pleasantly

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