“I had a mock trial tournament this weekend. I wrote a song on the flight there and a song on the flight back.” In this manner, completely humble and matter-of-fact, Veronica Yabloko ’22 described the impressive accomplishments of her past few days.
Avast ye who have not watched this epic, space-faring tale yet, this section is for ye landlubbers, I mean, hearties! Hardy-har-har to all eyes who cast their gaze upon this article! Fresh out of pirate puns after that last sentence, I’d like
Mural creators Andy Im ’22 and Judith Weng ’23 want you to decide what the phoenix they painted onto Sharples is saying. Im’s take: “I think he’s pretty vibrant, pretty welcoming. He was born in two days. What sort of advice could
“I have this notebook from fourth grade, my songwriting notebook,” Fouad Dakwar ’22 recalls. “I didn’t know how to notate [songs] or anything, it’s just lyrics, but ever since then I’ve been making melodies.” Fouad Dakwar, a music and theatre honors special
Vija Lietuvninkas ’14 has been taking photos for about 10 years. Growing up in a suburban area near Chicago, she had her first camera in sixth grade. She doesn’t know what kind of camera it was, describing it only as “that crazy
Recently, I sat down with Stephanie Carrera ’15 to talk about her artwork. An honors biology major with an honors minor in studio art, Stephanie recalled that she has always been a creative person, but also says that Swarthmore has allowed her
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