Swarthmore College students, faculty and staff continue to use a lot of paper printing things out during the semester, particularly during the first weeks of classes each semester. We can probably guess that this is due, for the most part, … Continue reading How much paper do we print?
While most students were off exploring the world, or doing research in labs local and remote, a small, dedicated group of five students (Guin Mesh, Kyle Vu, Rebecca Regan, Richmond Mensah and Tai Warner) stayed at Swarthmore to work on … Continue reading Summer 2018 SPEED Projects
To the Cinema Club, Film Students, and Video Enthusiasts — The Media Center now features an Official BlackMagic, ’Vinci Resolve, 12-control-knob ’Cro Model C’lor Panel! (bonus points if you can guess the movie reference based on cadence and syllables). The new panel might … Continue reading Color Correction, Enhanced
This post outlines two small and easy changes and one bigger change that can make your communication more inclusive. These three changes add up to make … Continue reading Commit to Being More Inclusive with Three Changes
GitHub, the company that provides web hosting for version control software, offers several services and programs of interest to students. The GitHub Student Developer Pack provides students free access or credits for a variety of online services including GitHub (unlimited private repositories), … Continue reading GitHub Opportunities for Students
Last semester (spring 2018) students from two of Patricia Reilly’s art history courses were asked to create short, fictional “documentaries” about found artifacts. In reality, the artifacts had been designed by students themselves, who portrayed researchers on camera and explained … Continue reading A Very Creative Art History Project