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Swat Visually: Swarthmore Professor and Course Rankings

Swat Visually: Swarthmore Professor and Course Rankings

According to Best College Reviews, Swarthmore ranks #2 for schools with the best professors. While I’m not suggesting you take college…

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is Relentless but Moving

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is Relentless but Moving

For a film about inspiring revolutionary fervor, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is grim. Picking up where the Catching Fire…

News

The Swatter: November 18-24

The Swatter: November 18-24

Assist to Other Police Department Date: Tuesday, November 18 Time: 11:35 am Location: Swarthmore College…

Swarthmore Brings Katie Clark to Head Center for Innovation and Leadership

Swarthmore Brings Katie Clark to Head Center for Innovation and Leadership

“The interesting thing about being a one woman office is that I am able to…

Live Tweet – Breaking Ceilings: Navigating Corporate Politics with Vincent Yee

Live Tweet – Breaking Ceilings: Navigating Corporate Politics with Vincent Yee

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Opinion

Op-Ed: Combatting An Accusation Of Moral Hypocrisy

Op-Ed: Combatting An Accusation Of Moral Hypocrisy

On November 20, 2014, Chair of Swarthmore Board of Managers Gil Kemp published an opinion piece titled “Divestment an empty gesture, college seeks better solutions.” Part of Mr.…

2014 Election Post-Mortem

2014 Election Post-Mortem

Leading up to the 2012 elections, Democrats were facing a tall task — they had a president running for reelection whose policies of his first two years had…

Speak 2 Swatties: It’s More Than Okay to Cry

Speak 2 Swatties: It’s More Than Okay to Cry

Article written by Sarah Nielsen When I was in 5th grade, I had to do a monologue assigned by the teacher for a drama program I was a…

Should Freshmen Be Allowed To Write Opinion Articles?

I decided that the first article I ever wanted to write in college would be an opinions article. I had written a bunch of news and sports articles…

Politics Explained: Midterm Elections Update

Politics Explained: Midterm Elections Update

I last wrote on the 2014 midterm elections almost two months ago, and since then a lot has changed in a number of Senate races; however, my bigger…


Voices
Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 2

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 2

This is the second article in a two-part series detailing Aneesa Andrabi ’16′s work this summer in Pakistan. Her experiences were funded by the Summer Social Action Award (s2a2)…

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 1

Aneesa Andrabi ’16: My Summer with the Butchers of Pakistan — Part 1

This is the first article in a two-part series detailing Aneesa Andrabi ’16′s work this summer in Pakistan. Her experiences were funded by the Summer Social Action Award (s2a2)…

Sports

Week in Pictures: Science, Robots, Digital Humanities, and More!

Week in Pictures: Science, Robots, Digital Humanities, and More!

This past week at Swarthmore College: a talk on the digital humanities, analyzing paintings, Engineering students race robots, and women’s soccer…

Women’s Soccer Wins Centennial Championship, Earns Spot into NCAA Tournament

Women’s Soccer Wins Centennial Championship, Earns Spot into NCAA Tournament

The Swarthmore Women’s soccer team has had perhaps its greatest season ever in school history this year. Led by Captains Rehana…

Week in Pictures: Lectures, Origami, Concert, and Sports!

Week in Pictures: Lectures, Origami, Concert, and Sports!

This past week at Swarthmore College: Guys and Dolls in live concert, students make origami, women’s volleyball and soccer play against…

Sports Roundup: September 4-23

Sports Roundup: September 4-23

Women’s Soccer 9/6/14 v. Wesley — W 4-1 Senior Emma Sindelar matched two program records by recording a goal and adding an assist…