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Transition to Student Engagement Office

Transition to Student Engagement Office

This year, the Offices of Residential Life and Student Activities have combined to form the Office of Student Engagement (OSE). This change was intended to expand the office to better…

Introducing Kaaren Williamsen, Swarthmore’s New Title IX Coordinator

Introducing Kaaren Williamsen, Swarthmore’s New Title IX Coordinator

Kaaren Williamsen, Swarthmore’s Title IX Coordinator, is one of the college’s newest administrators and has been met with a wave of positive feedback from the student body. Williamsen came to…

A Message from the Student Budget Committee

A Message from the Student Budget Committee

Here at the beginning of a new academic year, SBC wants to strengthen its relationship with the clubs its supports as well as make e our goals and methods intelligible.…

The Week in Pictures: Ice Cream, Candlelight Vigil, Community Luncheon, and Activities Fair

The Week in Pictures: Ice Cream, Candlelight Vigil, Community Luncheon, and Activities Fair

Click here to open the gallery. “The Week in Pictures” is a weekly photo spread of life at Swarthmore College put together by the staff of The Daily Gazette. If…

Fall Construction Updates

Fall Construction Updates

The Daily Gazette sat down with Stu Hain, Vice President for Facilities and Capital Projects, Jan Semler, Director of Planning and Construction, and Greg Brown, Vice President for Finance and…

Changes to Alcohol Policy Draw Criticism from Students

Changes to Alcohol Policy Draw Criticism from Students

Each year a group of deans, with input from faculty, staff, student surveys, and the Dean’s Advisory Council, updates the The Swarthmore Student Handbook. Small changes in policy are made…

The Swatter: August 18-September 1

The Swatter: August 18-September 1

Vehicle Accident Date: Monday, August 18th Time: 5:05 p.m. Location: Grandstands Synopsis: Public Safety responded to the report of a vehicle striking another vehicle parked by Grandstands in Fieldhouse Lot.…

Student Groups Hold Candlelight Vigil In Honor of Deaths in Gaza and Israel

Student Groups Hold Candlelight Vigil In Honor of Deaths in Gaza and Israel

On Wednesday, September 3rd, at 8:00pm, students will gather on the front steps of Parrish Hall to hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the lives lost this summer in…

Public Safety Summer Updates

Public Safety Summer Updates

Director of Public Safety Mike Hill updated The Daily Gazette on various projects Public Safety has been working on to ensure campus safety. These measures include an expanded campus phone…

Final Reflections with Rebecca Chopp

Final Reflections with Rebecca Chopp

The Daily Gazette got together with The Phoenix this summer for one final reflection with Rebecca Chopp on her tenure as President and the challenges and triumphs it entailed. The…