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Live Tweet – Wilcox Lecture by Ross Levine: In Defense of Wall Street

Live Tweet – Wilcox Lecture by Ross Levine: In Defense of Wall Street

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Long-Awaited Matchbox has Grand Opening

Long-Awaited Matchbox has Grand Opening

The Matchbox, Swarthmore’s new wellness, fitness, and theater space, opened yesterday morning with much fanfare. Tours throughout the day took students through the three story building, which houses a theater…

“Can I Kiss You?” Consent Workshop Tonight

“Can I Kiss You?” Consent Workshop Tonight

Tonight, educator and author Mike Domitrz will be presenting “Can I Kiss You”, a workshop on dating, hooking up, and communication, at 7:30pm in the Friends Meeting House. Domitrz, who…

A Talk on Bodu Bala Sena, Sri Lanka’s Militant Buddhists

A Talk on Bodu Bala Sena, Sri Lanka’s Militant Buddhists

This Thursday, Tudor Silva, Senior Professor of Sociology from the University of Peradeniya, gave a talk about Bodu Bala Sena (BBS), an organization of militant Buddhist monks, in Sri Lanka.…

StuCo Report November 2nd: Introductions and Initiatives

StuCo Report November 2nd: Introductions and Initiatives

The purpose of this week’s meeting was to introduce to the new StuCo members, especially the freshman, the structure of StuCo and how it operates, as well as presenting new…

Week in Pictures: Lectures, Origami, Concert, and Sports!

Week in Pictures: Lectures, Origami, Concert, and Sports!

This past week at Swarthmore College: Guys and Dolls in live concert, students make origami, women’s volleyball and soccer play against Haverford, and more! Click here to open the gallery.…

The Swatter: October 20-26

The Swatter: October 20-26

Vehicle Accident Date: Monday October 20 Time: 9:50pm Location: Barn Synopsis: Public Safety responded to Fieldhouse Lot for the report of an accident involving a College vehicle. No injuries were…

Race to Action’s New Initiative Drives Conversations on Cultural Appropriation

Race to Action’s New Initiative Drives Conversations on Cultural Appropriation

Race to Action, a new student group known on campus for organizing the Ferguson Remembrance event in late September, has recently started a new initiative to kickstart a dialogue surrounding cultural…

Swarthmore Helps Carry the Weight in National Day of Action

Swarthmore Helps Carry the Weight in National Day of Action

ASAP sponsored a project that began this Wednesday in solidarity with a piece of performance art by Emma Sulkowicz, a current senior at Columbia University in which she vowed to…

Queer Pride Month Chalkings Met with Hate Speech

Queer Pride Month Chalkings Met with Hate Speech

This past Monday night around 10 pm, Swarthmore students chalked pro-LGBTQA+ messages on sidewalks all over campus in honor of Pride Month. Messages included “Queers eat here,” chalked outside of…