Kelley Langhans performs Senior Vocal Recital

Last Saturday evening in the Lang Concert Hall, Kelley Langhans ’16 held her senior vocal recital. Langhans, a mezzo-soprano and California native, performed a variety of selections from composers including Schumann, Handel, and Hahn. The recital, which was attended by approximately 50

Honors theater seniors draw crowds with Irish drama

Last weekend, the Frear Ensemble Theater buzzed with excitement as students, faculty, and community members arrived to view the widely advertised senior thesis play AIRSWIMMING, a historical drama set in Ireland in the 1920s. Starring theater honors majors Michelle Johnson ’16 and

Kitao proposes “Campus Arts Initiative”

Last Thursday, the co-directors of Kitao Gallery, Tara Giangrande ’16 and Deborah Krieger ’16, sent out a campus wide notice of Kitao’s proposal for a Community Development Grant for the 2016-2017 academic year. The proposal, titled “Kitao Campus Arts Initiative” outlines an

Wendy Xu ’15 returns to Swarthmore with new moves

Swarthmore alumna Wendy Xu ’15 made a return to campus last Sunday, when she led a hip-hop choreography workshop in the Lang Performing Arts Center. The early afternoon workshop was sponsored by the college’s own Rhythm N Motion Dance Company. Xu, a

Community Joins with Dr. Barnwell in Song

Last Saturday, over 30 members of the Swarthmore community (including President Valerie Smith) gathered in the Lang Concert Hall to listen to and sing with former member of a capella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, Dr. Ysaye Barnwell. Over the past

Vertigo-Go performs at Kitao Gallery

Last Friday night, approximately 50 Swarthmore students flocked to Kitao Gallery to see Vertigo-go perform an improv comedy show. The room was overflowing with audience members. The show, which began at 8:00pm, was standing room only. Vertigo-go is Swarthmore’s only improv group,

Martin Froger-Silva ’16 shows photography in Kitao Gallery

Last Friday night, approximately 90 members of the Swarthmore community flooded Kitao Gallery to see Martin Froger-Silva’s new exhibit, Travels. The opening began at 4:30pm with a small reception and lasted into the night with an open mic event and a solo

Rosie Langabeer discuss music and theater collaboration

Rosie Langabeer, an award-winning musician and experimental composer, came to campus on Thurs. January 28 to lead a discussion with a group of faculty and students about music and theater and dance collaborations. Langabeer, who is a native of New Zealand, was

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