Whenever I pass by the Public Safety building, I always take a long moment to stop and watch the scenery around me. I look at the humble, grey stone house with the words “PUBLIC SAFETY, VISITOR INFORMATION,” proudly printed on its entryway.
Above the restless heads of students waiting in long lunch lines that extend beyond the double stairs at Sharples, three paintings — “Man Eating Crispy Chicken,” “Man Eating Greasy Pizza,” and “Woman Eating Juicy Wrap” — silently loom. True to their straight-forward
Ava Cotlowitz ‘15 is one of the most promising young painters at Swarthmore right now. Beginning at a young age, she has studied classical traditions of art, followed by more experimental techniques in high school, and recently, she’s transferred from Bryn Mawr—which
As a monitor in the List Gallery, I have the privilege of spending 2.5-3 hours each week surrounded by a varying landscape of paintings, drawings, and sculpture. This year, I’ve feasted my eyes on colorful seascapes, mysterious forest scenes, intricately made family