Screw Your Roommate: A Tradition in Transition 

On Saturday, Oct. 28, Magill Walk was filled with princesses and princes, Barbies and Kens, and angels and devils wandering around searching for their other halves. Costumed pairs began filling up tables at Dining and Community Commons (DCC), signaling the start of


Fall Screw: Making a New Swarthmore Tradition

On Saturday, Oct. 23, kings and queens, pirates, frogs, the sun and moon, Daphne and Fred, and many other creatures and characters all dined in Sharples on blind dates. The much beloved Screw Your Roommate tradition was back in action, but this

Spooky Season: Halloweentown

It’s finally here, the time that we (or maybe just me) have been waiting for: Halloween! Naturally, I had to celebrate the momentous occasion with another horror film review. I had a difficult time choosing the right film to close out the

Spooky Season: Devil’s Advocate

**Content Warning: Though this article will only briefly mention these, the film has two scenes of sexual violence, suicide, and incest. There are also other violent and gory scenes.  Find a complete list of warnings here. Be careful if/when watching.  This review

Spooky Season: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

As September starts and the temperatures gradually begin to cool, we see the beginnings of a new season: the spooky season. A time of horror films, pumpkins, and the all-important holiday: Halloween. Though the parties and events that usually come with the


Swarthmore’s Most Haunted

The Crum Woods have started to come forth in beautiful shades of red and gold, and there is a distinct crispness in the air. Around campus, students sip on chai lattes and pumpkin spice coffee. First years from the West Coast frantically

A Sweet Take on Candy Corn

Fall is fully upon us now, which means candy corn has finally begun to grace store shelves. Although this is something I personally see as a delight, I am acutely aware that candy corn really irks some people. Whilst many people think


Say Boo to Halloween

October has descended upon us, and we all know what that means — pumpkin spice, sweater weather, and general spookiness. To cap off this long month, America has adopted an old Celtic celebration, now known as Halloween. However, this celebration is merely

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