Dear 1968,… by artist Sadie Barnette

By THERESA DIFFENDAL, Editor-in-Chief Photos by ABIGAIL WEBSTER In Dear 1968,… artist Sadie Barnette transforms Haverford College’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery into a bold and inspiring reclamation of the 500-page file the FBI compiled on her father during his time in the Black Pant her Party. In 1968, Rodney Barnette was only 24 years old and already… Keep Reading


Knausgaard’s “Autumn”: A Beautiful but Challenging Read

By JOANNE MIKULA, Staff Writer Photo from Amazon book page From 2009 to 2011, Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard was absorbed in a monumental task; a series of six books provocatively titled “My Struggle” that chronicle his everyday life. Nothing was too insignificant nor too shameful to include in this series, from his morning cigarette… Keep Reading

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Park Science Renovations: Phase One

By CAROLINE SOFFER, Staff Writer Photo by SARAH GU Bryn Mawr College’s Park Science Center, the College’s primary academic building for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) classes, began major renovations this summer in an effort to create a science center that better fits the needs of current Bryn Mawr students. In what was described… Keep Reading

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Bryn Mawr Club Supports Immigrant Rights in the Wake of DACA

By SOPHIE WEBB, News Editor Photo from Migrant Rights Coalition Facebook Several Bryn Mawr students have come together to form the Migrant Rights Coalition, a club which works to support the rights of immigrants, particularly for those who are undocumented or arrived in the United States as children. The club was created by the students… Keep Reading

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Novelist Justin Torres Delivers Captivating Reading

by JULIA HABLAK, Staff Writer We the Animals author Justin Torres visited Bryn Mawr College on Sept. 20 to deliver the first Creative Writing Reading Series talk of the 2017-18 school year. Earlier in the day, Torres held a question and answer session for Tri-Co students on Bryn Mawr’s campus. The audience was largely made… Keep Reading

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Casting Call for Tomorrow’s Tickets

By NAOMI BONILLA, Staff Writer I went to see the musical Hamilton earlier this month with my uncle. I was excited, as I’d been trying to find tickets for two years. Fifteen minutes before the opening number, the taxi was stuck in traffic and we realized we might miss the opening number. We got off… Keep Reading

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Toward a Different Self-Care

By ALEX TUCKER, Guest Writer The self-care movement is in vogue right now. YouTube vloggers (that’s video bloggers) share their personal self-care routines to thousands of subscribers, online publications extol its virtues, and on Bryn Mawr’s campus the words “self-care” are never far away, physically or mentally. Taking care of oneself emotionally and psychologically is… Keep Reading

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