At The Wedding Review

Last Saturday, upon the invitation of a friend, I showed up punctually at 8 p.m. to see the newest production from the Swarthmore theater department: At The Wedding. The play, written by Bryna Turner and directed by Visiting Assistant Professor Jude Sandy,

Uncertainty Amidst Closure: A Perspective from a PAFA Student

The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art (PAFA), celebrated as America’s first and oldest art school and museum institution, is currently in the process of closing its college. Just over a month ago, PAFA President Eric Pryor sent a distressing letter to the

The Weight of Photos

What can a photographer do in a war? Robert Capa, Willi Ruge, Larry Burrows, and more have shown us through their pictures the power of photography and its influence on the general public. In Robert Capa’s most iconic image of the Spanish

Miranda Belarde-Lewis on Mixing Tradition and Modernity

On Tuesday, Feb. 6, the art history department held their annual Lee Frank Lecture in the Lang Performing Arts Center cinema. This year, Miranda Belarde-Lewis, an assistant professor of North American Indigenous Knowledge at the University of Washington’s Information School, spoke about

A Personal Reflection of A Poetry Reading With Ahmad Almallah

On Wednesday, Feb. 14, the award-winning Palestinian poet Ahmad Almallah came to campus for a session of poetry reading and conversation. I arrived at the Scheuer Room right on time, only to find it already packed with people including students, professors, and

Tabitha Arnold’s “Workshop of the World”

Now on view at the List Gallery is Tabitha Arnold’s “Workshop of the World,” which will remain on display until Feb. 25. Through the blend of various mediums, Arnold created artworks that effortlessly speak to the world’s most current social, political, and