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Swat Visually: Major Decisions

Swat Visually: Major Decisions

One of the things I loved most about Swarthmore when I was applying was how interdisciplinary it was. It seemed like every Swattie I met had passions, interests, or at…

Keith Edwards Speaks about Sexual Violence

Keith Edwards Speaks about Sexual Violence

On Wednesday, April 8, Keith Edwards spoke about sexual violence on college campuses. Edwards, an educator on sexual violence prevention and men’s identity, began by defining sexual violence on college…

Week in Pictures: Women’s Tennis vs. Ursinus College, Women’s Tennis vs. Franklin & Marshall College

Week in Pictures: Women’s Tennis vs. Ursinus College, Women’s Tennis vs. Franklin & Marshall College

This past week at Swarthmore College: Women’s Tennis vs. Ursinus College Women’s Tennis vs. Franklin & Marshall College Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting. The Week in Pictures” is a weekly…

Philosophy Professors Discuss Morality of Divestment

Philosophy Professors Discuss Morality of Divestment

Philosophy Professors Krista Thomason and Hans Oberdiek gave a presentation on the afternoon of Monday, April 6, concerning the moral arguments surrounding the divestment controversy. Most of the attendees were…

Tonight’s Bystander Intervention To Focus on Awareness, Engagement

Tonight’s Bystander Intervention To Focus on Awareness, Engagement

Today, the Title IX office will be holding its last bystander intervention workshop for the year at the Women’s Resource Center from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. The Daily Gazette…

SBC Report: April 5

SBC Report: April 5

The Good Food Project The Good Food Project, which works to promote awareness about food as the intersection of sustainability, health, and social justice, asked to transfer funds from their…

The Swatter: March 30-April 6

The Swatter: March 30-April 6

Power Failure Date: Monday, March 30 Time: 12:19 a.m. Location: Wharton Residence Hall Synopsis: Public Safety and Facilities responded to Wharton Residence Hall for the report of a power failure…

Catalyst Conference Encourages Young Women to Explore Science

Catalyst Conference Encourages Young Women to Explore Science

Last Saturday, on March 28, Swarthmore College hosted 65 middle school girls and 30 parents and educators for the Catalyst Conference, a day-long STEM conference. Cataylst was designed to encourage…

Senior Lang Scholars Reflect, Offer Advice

Senior Lang Scholars Reflect, Offer Advice

Last Friday, March 27, the seven senior Lang Opportunity Scholars, Cortnie Belser ‘15, Hope Brinn ‘15, Chris Capron ‘15, Jason Heo ‘15, Isabel Sacks ‘15, Duong Tran ‘15, and Minh…

Live Tweet – Live Free or Buy: Cryptocurrency, Trust and Cultural Histories of Money by Prof. Finn Brunton

Live Tweet – Live Free or Buy: Cryptocurrency, Trust and Cultural Histories of Money by Prof. Finn Brunton

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