Lang Family Honors Swarthmore Women in STEM by Naming New Building for Maxine Frank Singer ’52, H’78

Swarthmore’s new structure for science, building, and brain research will be named Maxine Frank Singer ’52 Hall, President Valerie Smith declared at the Board of Managers meeting on Friday, May 10. The naming in Singer’s respect was proposed by the group of Eugene (Gene) Lang ’38 H’81, who submitted $50 million—the biggest blessing in the […]

Here’s Why Hellboy Is Not Only About A Big Red Half-Demon, But Also A Concept Marrying Ironic Humour To Righteousness

Like Mignola’s material on Hellboy is one of the best itemized comic settings a crowd of people could request. While the comic investigates the nuances of Hellboy’s character with artfulness, the on-screen adjustment of the equivalent is a staggering creation venture we can hardly wait to be a piece of. While one considers Hellboy to […]