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Hate Speech Chalking Found in Worth Courtyard

Hate Speech Chalking Found in Worth Courtyard

The wall at the entrance to Worth Courtyard on the Willets side was defaced with a chalking containing homophobic hate speech and a threat on Thursday afternoon. The chalking stated:…

Editors’ Note: Farewell

Editors’ Note: Farewell

According to rumors (the germ of many of our stories), at last weekend’s Parents Council Meeting President Chopp said that she wakes up each morning anxious about that day’s edition…

StuCo Report: Stipends, Small Steps and Town and Gown

StuCo Report: Stipends, Small Steps and Town and Gown

StuCo Stipend Appointments Chair Will Lawrence ‘13 put forward a proposal to pay StuCo members for their work on council, with a trial period starting after the next election cycle,…

Daily Gazette and Lodge 6 Collaborate to Spread the News

Daily Gazette and Lodge 6 Collaborate to Spread the News

The Daily Gazette is glad to announce a collaboration with Lodge 6, self-described as Swarthmore’s “multimedia reporting lab and journalism community.” Lodge 6 is run by the former staff of…

Sorority Row: Greeks Gain Upper Hand

Sorority Row: Greeks Gain Upper Hand

According to its founding members, the sorority on Swarthmore’s campus is a fact. The interest group- Not Yet Sisters (NYS), recently chartered by Student Council, has almost unanimous backing from…

Robert Putnam ’63 on OWS, President Obama and the Class of 2012

Robert Putnam ’63 on OWS, President Obama and the Class of 2012

At the end of last semester, Gazette editors Jon Emont ’12 and Hanna Kozlowska ’12 had a chance to sit down with Robert Putnam ’63, author of Bowling Alone: The…

Emergency Elections for Student Council, Co-President Position to be Filled

Emergency Elections for Student Council, Co-President Position to be Filled

Three positions are to be filled in the upcoming emergency elections for Student Council: Co-President, Campus Life Representative and Secretary. Co-President Tramane Hall ’12 resigned a few days ago and…

Lang Opportunity Scholars Named for Class of 2014

Lang Opportunity Scholars Named for Class of 2014

The Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility announced today the recipients of the Eugene M. Lang Opportunity Scholarship. Each year, six sophomores are granted funding and support for a…

Non-Violent Palestinian Activist Inspires Audience

Non-Violent Palestinian Activist Inspires Audience

After Israelis uprooted a 100 thousand-year-old olive trees north of Ramallah, Palestine, only to use them as an element of decor for a new highway, Professor Mubarak Awad got together…

More Progress Needed on Legalizing Post-Midnight Thursday Parties

More Progress Needed on Legalizing Post-Midnight Thursday Parties

Last Wednesday, Student Council organized a conversation with the Deans to discuss the recent changes in the policies concerning social life on campus. In particular, the group discussed the new Paces…

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