And now, the other senior projects

April 22, 2008
Aliza Shvarts’ ’08 controversial senior art project may have dominated talk about the Art Department this past week. But today, 20 other senior art majors will unveil their final projects — with or without her. The themes and ideas behind the seniors’ work are profoundly diverse, and the show will feature pieces from each of »

Elis look powerful at Relays

April 30, 2007
The men’s and women’s track teams both came away from the Penn Relays this weekend with solid performances and plenty of valuable preparation for the Ivy League Championship, which begins at the end of this week. Saturday marked the final day of the three-day event at Penn, which has taken place at Philadelphia’s historic Franklin »

Students rock Dport’s Kasbah

February 19, 2007
Students traded their usual games of Beirut for a more exotic taste of the Middle East on Saturday, mobbing “Night at the Kasbah” in Davenport. Baklava, belly dancing and backgammon were offered at the party, which attracted more than 1,500 students. With a $5,000 budget from the Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee, the organizers — representing »

Market to stay open year-round

January 22, 2007
Cityseed launched the state’s first year-round farmer’s market Saturday when it opened its Wooster Square market for the first time in January. The market appeared to have a successful debut, attracting residents from a variety of different neighborhoods and economic backgrounds. While the market will only open once a month for the winter, the turnout »