Worthstock 2022 Begins Planning Phase

It’s official: Worthstock is back.  Worthstock, a beloved Swarthmore tradition, happens during the last Sunday before the finals of the spring semester in which the College hosts a band or artist that plays live music in the Worth courtyard. Usually, food, bounce

Ari Liloia’s “ghost town,” A Brief Review

Almost exactly one year ago, Ari Liloia ’21 released his first album, a tight twenty-five minute ASMR-ambient masterpiece entitled “ghost town,” which can be listened to on Spotify, bandcamp, and SoundCloud. In sixteen tracks, including “charged places 1” and “host town,” Ari

“I Want You Back:” A Capella Returns to Swarthmore

On Friday, Nov. 5, a cappella returned to Swarthmore’s campus after a nearly two-year absence. Each of Swarthmore’s four a cappella groups — OffBeat, Grapevine, Mixed Company, and Sixteen Feet — performed in the event. Every semester, the a cappella performance season

Daft Punk: From Human to Robot to Human Again

On Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, the ever-enigmatic electro-music duo Daft Punk announced their breakup through a wordless video titled “Epilogue,” an excerpt from their 2006 movie Electrorama. “Epilogue” features the band’s two members, Guy Manuel De Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, walking in

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