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Swat 7: StuCo Doesn’t Want Transparency, Except When It Does

Swat 7: StuCo Doesn’t Want Transparency, Except When It Does

Inspired by heroes such as Jon Stewart, the Smothers Brothers, and grumpy cat, every two weeks Swat 7 (Swarthmore’s finest biweekly news-satire show) will bring you questionable facts, unreliable analysis, and full-team coverage of what your drunk roommate said last night — all in just about 7 minutes.…

Op-Ed: Fat Justice Responds

Op-Ed: Fat Justice Responds

Letter submitted by Nicole Sullivan in response to a recent article written by Paige Willey and published in the Swarthmore Independent. Nicole and Cora Segal helped lead the March 20th Fat Justice and Feminism workshop. Despite it being late, I was restless. I had spent the previous night…

Op-Ed: Our Collective Responsibility To A Working Constitution

Op-Ed: Our Collective Responsibility To A Working Constitution

Members of the Swarthmore Student Body, The powers of the Student Council, and indeed that of any modern government, is defined by the principles and regulations codified in its constitution. Towards the end of last semester, the Student Council came together and decided that a change in its…

Swarthmore in Solidarity with the West Virginia Water Crisis: An Invitation

Swarthmore in Solidarity with the West Virginia Water Crisis: An Invitation

Laura Rigell ’15, Stephen O’Hanlon ’17, and Kelsey Manning ’17 looking over the mountaintop removal site at Kayford…

Swat 7: We Solve All of Swarthmore’s Problems

Swat 7: We Solve All of Swarthmore’s Problems

Inspired by heroes such as Jon Stewart, the Smothers Brothers, and grumpy cat, every two weeks Swat 7  (Swarthmore’s…

Swat 7: Cornel West & Robert George Fail to Pleasure Us

Swat 7: Cornel West & Robert George Fail to Pleasure Us

Swat 7, Swarthmore’s finest biweekly news-satire show, focuses its series premiere on the Cornel West/Robert George collection. Inspired by heroes…

Queer and Trans Conference: Resisting Violence, Building Queer Safety

Queer and Trans Conference: Resisting Violence, Building Queer Safety

What is safety? Whose safety is valued? At whose expense? What would real safety look like? Often, when…

Politics Explained: Chris Christie and the 2016 Presidential Election

Politics Explained: Chris Christie and the 2016 Presidential Election

In the summer of 2012, Chris Christie was a little-known Republican governor in a solidly liberal state with…

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