Over the past two years, I have embarked on a project to visually and textually document women in male-dominated industries. From the start, I had the twofold goal of celebrating women’s accomplishments and creating a platform to share and validate experiences. This
Walking into the Ebb Tide exhibit, currently on view in the Magic Gardens of Philadelphia, the audience is submerged in images of the sea. The ocean-tide-colored sculptures of the exhibit, displayed against seafoam-green mosaic walls, echo the scattering messages and assorted cut
In a reading at Villanova on Wednesday, September 26, novelist Elise Juska and poet Brian Teare read to a packed room of students and faculty from recent work that interweaves the personal and political. Although the readings were excellent, there was little
“This isn’t a concert. This a m************ church.” On Tuesday, September 18, in the 76ers’ Wells Fargo Center, backlit by an extravagant display of lasers, projectors, and screens, Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino) attempted to give the thousands of fans filling the arena
Josephine Ross ’21 and three other Swatties are involved in a new play, “Behold Her,” at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. The production, which sends the audience on a whirlwind tour of Jewish female history, began on Sept.
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
This weekend I decided to explore Philadelphia. I was in University City after an event at UPenn and I wasn’t quite ready to leave. I had no plans as to where I wanted to go or how long it would take me
On the first Friday of every month, galleries around Third Street in Philadelphia open up for free and feature special exhibits. “First Friday” is a public event that takes places in various cities around the United States on the first Friday of