Swarthmore Arts Secrets

Notes from the Arts section editors: When we were preparing for this issue, especially in anticipation of our new readership from the class of 2023, we discussed the arts experiences at Swarthmore that moved us deeply, and what we can do to

PERCEPTICON to Raise Awareness of Ingrained Reception Habits

PERCEPTICON, a three room, audio-visual exhibition challenging visitors’ unconscious reception habits, will be on display in Beardsley Hall from October 26 through October 28. The rooms will confront a variety of contemporary issues, including gender, class, race and sexuality, cross-cultural communication, power,

So That’s What All the Buzz Is About! : Bees of Swarthmore

Bees in general, and specifically honey bees, bumblebees, and carpenter bees, remain a poorly-understood yet vital component of our ecosystem. Over the past few years, I have found myself mesmerized by the process of pollination, especially regarding our tiny winged friends who