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Mountain Justice Encounters an Intransigent Board

Mountain Justice Encounters an Intransigent Board

Five members of Mountain Justice met with six members of the Board of Managers last Monday to present their proposal for divestment, which aims for Swarthmore to have a fossil…

Staff and Students Discuss Masculinity

Staff and Students Discuss Masculinity

A panel of male college staff members convened in the Matchbox on Monday to discuss the issue of masculinity at “Real Men: Real Talk.” Amer Ahmed, Dean of Sophomore Class…

Students Hold Vigil for North Carolina Shooting

Students Hold Vigil for North Carolina Shooting

Roughly 50 students and members of the administration came together in Shane Lounge last night in remembrance of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and Razan Abu-Salha, the victims of a shooting…

Students Present Research on Black Liberation at Swarthmore

Students Present Research on Black Liberation at Swarthmore

On Tuesday, February 10, five students presented their work on the Black Liberation Project at Swarthmore to more than 100 students, staff, faculty, and community members packed in the Scheuer…

Swatter: February 2–February 9

Swatter: February 2–February 9

Theft Date: February 2, 2015 Time: 12:09 am Location: Bond Lot Synopsis: Public Safety received information about the theft of an A-frame sign from Bond Lot between Worth Health Center…

SBC Report: February 8

SBC Report: February 8

Newman Club A representative from the Newman Club, Swarthmore’s Catholic interest group, requested money for their Spring Break service trip to David, Kentucky. Six people will go to build a…

Pub Nite Fights On, Despite Funding Struggles

Pub Nite Fights On, Despite Funding Struggles

It’s Thursday at Swarthmore and to many students that can only mean one thing: Pub Nite. However, recent changes on campus have created obstacles for the funding and continuation of…

Swarthmore Students Win Second Annual Tri-Co Hackathon

Swarthmore Students Win Second Annual Tri-Co Hackathon

Students from Swarthmore, Haverford and Bryn Mawr gathered this past weekend in Founder’s Hall at Haverford College for the 2015 Tri-Co Hackathon. Nine teams, each working on a different project,…

Swatter: January 26-February 2

Swatter: January 26-February 2

Theft Date: January 26, 2015 Time: 12:34 am Location: Parrish Hall Synopsis: Public Safety obtained a wallet that was found within Parrish Hall. The owner of the wallet was notified…

Lang Scholars Pursue a Variety of Social Projects

Lang Scholars Pursue a Variety of Social Projects

Every year, six sophomores are awarded the Eugene M. Lang Opportunity Scholarship to pursue their interests in a social project around the world. This year, the winners are Tyler Alexander…