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Over 100 Swarthmore Students To Attend People’s Climate March in NYC Next Weekend

Over 100 Swarthmore Students To Attend People’s Climate March in NYC Next Weekend

Over 100 Swarthmore students will travel to New York City to attend the People’s Climate March this Sunday, September 21.  Swarthmore Mountain Justice has partnered with Earthlust to organize bus…

Mountain Justice, Shut Out of Board Meeting, Demonstrates Regardless (Multimedia Spread)

Mountain Justice, Shut Out of Board Meeting, Demonstrates Regardless (Multimedia Spread)

This special Multimedia Spread is put together by the staff of The Daily Gazette. Scroll down the page to read The Daily Gazette’s account of Saturday morning’s events. From The Daily…

High-Level Committee Reaffirms Importance of Diversity and Inclusion

High-Level Committee Reaffirms Importance of Diversity and Inclusion

Swarthmore students left campus last spring with a heightened awareness of a variety of issues, from inadequate handling of sexual assault to the morality of investing in fossil fuel companies.…

Soccer for Success Achieving Goals in Chester

Soccer for Success Achieving Goals in Chester

Brendan Grady ’09 and Evan Nesterak ’09, are at the forefront of the new Chester Upland Soccer for Success Program. The program is a branch of the nationwide Soccer for…

Swarthmore Pegs Cost of Divestment at $200 Million Over 10 Years

Swarthmore Pegs Cost of Divestment at $200 Million Over 10 Years

At last weekend’s open meeting of Swarthmore College’s Board of Managers, Board Investment Committee Chair Chris Niemczewski ‘74 was beginning to give a presentation entitled “The Cost of Divestment,” which…

Collection Challenges Swatties to Talk Together, Not Apart

Collection Challenges Swatties to Talk Together, Not Apart

After this weekend’s student-organized gatherings, which brought a number of campus issues to the fore of the community consciousness, Dean of Students Liz Braun invited everyone—students, faculty, and staff—to a…

College Moves Forward with External Review, Ferguson Remains Hopeful for Change

College Moves Forward with External Review, Ferguson Remains Hopeful for Change

Since the second Clery Act complaint was filed two weeks ago, students have continued to push forward in the ongoing movement to combat sexual assault on campus. Early Tuesday morning,…

Student Protesters Take Over Open Board Meeting, State Wide Array of Concerns

Student Protesters Take Over Open Board Meeting, State Wide Array of Concerns

Swarthmore College’s Board of Managers planned to hold an open meeting last Saturday morning where students and College community members could discuss the impact and wisdom of fossil fuel divestment…

Professors, Staff Say the Road to a Greener Swarthmore Doesn’t Run to a Parking Lot

Professors, Staff Say the Road to a Greener Swarthmore Doesn’t Run to a Parking Lot

The most recent draft of Swarthmore’s Campus Master Plan, presented to the College community at a meeting in March, works off of assumptions that faculty, students, and staff will grow,…

Women’s Week Demonstrates Many Facets of Women’s Issues

Women’s Week Demonstrates Many Facets of Women’s Issues

Last week was Swarthmore Women’s Week, a collaboration between the Dean’s Office and twelve Swarthmore student groups including the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) that focused attention on women’s issues from…

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