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Letter to the Editor: Swarthmore and The Bank of England

Letter to the Editor: Swarthmore and The Bank of England

With its welcome announcement that Swarthmore’s “investment managers … have been asked to detail their methods of evaluating direct costs of climate change…and related [carbon] regulatory policies on future returns,” the Board of Managers is now about in step with the Bank of England and perhaps the Norwegian…

Our Obsession with Articles

Our Obsession with Articles

Why has my Facebook news feed become a news feed? I scroll down endlessly and for the most part, all I see are articles from Vice News, Huffington Post, Washington Post, you name it. To be completely honest, it seems that Facebook has become a  lineup of the…

Op-Ed: Combatting An Accusation Of Moral Hypocrisy

Op-Ed: Combatting An Accusation Of Moral Hypocrisy

On November 20, 2014, Chair of Swarthmore Board of Managers Gil Kemp published an opinion piece titled “Divestment an empty gesture, college seeks better solutions.” Part of Mr. Kemp’s argument for why divestment is an “empty gesture” is quoted here: “Divestment’s potential success as a moral response is…

2014 Election Post-Mortem

2014 Election Post-Mortem

Leading up to the 2012 elections, Democrats were facing a tall task — they had a president running…

Speak 2 Swatties: It’s More Than Okay to Cry

Speak 2 Swatties: It’s More Than Okay to Cry

Article written by Sarah Nielsen When I was in 5th grade, I had to do a monologue assigned…

Should Freshmen Be Allowed To Write Opinion Articles?

I decided that the first article I ever wanted to write in college would be an opinions article.…

Politics Explained: Midterm Elections Update

Politics Explained: Midterm Elections Update

I last wrote on the 2014 midterm elections almost two months ago, and since then a lot has…

Speak 2 Swatties: Sharing Struggles

Speak 2 Swatties: Sharing Struggles

Letter submitted by Evan Rosenberg ’15. Dear Swarthmore, I go to CAPS. I started going midway through last…

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