Swarthmore Students To Recycle Cooking Oil into Biodiesel Fuel

In a recent weeks, two students Jakob Mrozewski ’11, a Pre-med student with a Psychobiology minor, and Janet Zarate ’11, an engineering and gender and sexualities double major, have been spearheading an independent project that could potentially make Swarthmore College an environmentally friendlier campus. The goal of this project, supervised by Professor Carr Everbach of the engineering department, is to convert used cooking oil from Sharples dining hall into biodiesel fuel that could be used in Swarthmore facilities or vehicles.

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Artist Hebert Inspires Through Collaboration

On Thursday, the William J. Cooper Foundation sponsored artist Patrick “Pato” Hebert gave a lecture in Kohlberg’s Scheuer Room, during which he shared images of, and stories about, his past works and inspiration. Herbert’s show in and around McCabe Library, “Signing On: Creative Interventions and the Mobilization of the Imagination” has not only offered a visual display, but has also encouraged students and visitors to participate in the making of art.

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Garnet Men’s Soccer Dismisses Dickinson 3-1

On Saturday night, the Garnet men came out to prove themselves to be the team to beat in the Centennial Conference after a strong win against favorite Johns Hopkins last week. Last season, Dickinson defeated the Garnet in a close 1-0, winning on overtime penalty kick. This year the Garnet came in as the favorites and defeated Dickinson 3-1, now ranking 5th in the Nation and 1st in the NSCAA mid-atlantic region.

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