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Who You Gonna Call? The Mawrtyrs!

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer  If you came to Thomas 224 at around 7:30 this past Friday, you found yourself in the midst of some of the biggest excitement on campus. Every seat was filled so that, by the time the film actually started, people had resorted to sitting and standing in the aisles. Everyone wanted… Keep Reading

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The Tri-College Presents: “As Thou Desires”

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer On the weekend of Nov. 11-13, Swarthmore College’s Department of Theater and Production Ensemble 2016 presented “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare, directed by Alex Torra. The production included three Bryn Mawr College students as actors (Catherine Campo ’19 as Orlando, Margot Wisel ’18 as Jacques, and Emma Wells… Keep Reading

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Deconstructed: A Week of Afro-Caribbean Celebration

By Nina Inman, Staff Writer Last week, the Bryn Mawr African & Caribbean Students Organization (BACaSo), organized a week devoted to Afro-Caribbean culture. The finale? A culture show called “Deconstructed.” BACaSO faced various challenges putting the show and week together. Farida Ilboudo (’18) explained that much of the Bryn Mawr student body seems uninterested in… Keep Reading

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November Book Review: “Seraphina”

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer If you like the “Eragon” series by Christopher Paolini and “The Naming” by Alison Croggon, then you should read Rachel Hartman’s “Seraphina,” a young adult fantasy including magic, dragons – and autism. Despite having made it onto the New York Times Best Seller list a few times, this book is not very… Keep Reading

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