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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 changed in a number of Senate races; however, my bigger picture prediction of a narrow Republican majority in the Senate remains unchanged. This is because unlike in past years, individual…

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 semester. I struggled through two bouts of depression, one in middle school and one in high school. I have had difficulties with anxiety since childhood, which also used to cause…

Speak 2 Swatties: Finding Gratitude in Strife

I’m always a little taken aback when I tell someone that I have Tourette Syndrome, and in response receive a sentence full of condoling words or apologetic body language. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the sympathy or sensitivity or where it’s coming from, but more so that…

A Case Against the Collection Committee

A Case Against the Collection Committee

Let me take you back to your First Collection. Even as darkness creeps into the amphitheater, you listen…

The March Of The People

The March Of The People

At 12:58 PM in the streets of midtown Manhattan, the four hundred thousand people around me ceased their cheers,…

Editorial: Dear Faculty, Restore the Spring Schedule

Editorial: Dear Faculty, Restore the Spring Schedule

As a school which espouses at the very least a hearty rhetoric of valuing student opinion in campus…

Of Doom and Gloom: Dealing With ISIS

Of Doom and Gloom: Dealing With ISIS

Less than over a year ago, most of the world had never heard of it. Fast forward to…

StuCo – A Personal Reflection

StuCo – A Personal Reflection

“What’s going on within StuCo?” is a recurrent question among students, faculty, and staff. While I may anticipate…

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