We’re not a one to saddle up and run, Bonanza

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The adventures of Zena, ultimate internet girl

The way we use technology, and certainly social media, is focused on a stylized and curated presentation of the self. Because the self we present via technology has time and space in which to form before it arrives at our audience, it

Digital Humanities spread in classroom and beyond

Computer science and the humanities don’t have anything to do with each other, do they? Code belongs in Sci, and books stay in the seminar room, right? Wrong! The two disciplines come together in digital humanities, a set of research methods that

High-tech dorm rooms still feel like home

With the school’s limited air conditioning and old-fashioned key hole doors, many students agree that Swarthmore is not the most technologically advanced campus. Although many students bring basic technology to their dorm rooms, some go above and beyond. Lanson Tang ‘18, George

Swiping: A modern love story

Between the long nights of studying, recuperative naps in the science center and the wild nightlife our school is famous for, most Swarthmore students don’t have a lot of time to devote to finding love. Thankfully, this trend is not Swarthmore-specific, and

Am I always rejected because of technology?

“Hey sexy,” sent DICK LICKER over Grindr. And people say the age of romance is dead. Technology has equipped us millennials with a myriad of platforms and social media outlets to court, flirt or cruise in ways our older peers couldn’t dream

Shooting Stars Talk

Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG. With the