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SFAP Statement to Board of Managers

The Student Financial Advisory Panel (SFAP) was formed in the Fall of 2009 to increase dialogue between students and the administration on matters of the Ad Hoc Financial Planning Group.…

Reconsidering the Humor of LSE Comedian

Reconsidering the Humor of LSE Comedian

I know that, in Swarthmore time, the Fall LSE was a long time ago. To bring it up again now might seem odd. But I believe that the…

Unequal Access to Email Lists

College Vice President Maurice Eldridge sent an email Monday on behalf of Earthlust urging students and faculty to consider fasting during the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. While Earthlust is certainly…

Olde Club Booking Controversy

Olde Club Booking Controversy

Last week, an Enlace party and the Olde Club cover bands event ended up scheduled for the same time and place. What happened after that ended up a controversy. An…

Student Council Constitutional Amendment

Student Council is proposing an amendment to its constitution about attendance by Council members. They will vote on it Sunday; the text of the amendment is here.…

Letter – Coke’s Return

Recently you may have noticed Coca-Cola trucks on campus and the reemergence of Coke products in our dining halls and vending machines. With the reassurance that human and labor rights…

StuCo Proposed Budget Amendment

Student Council's proposed constitutional amendment about the budget appeals process.…

Hotel Workers’ Rights Campaign Update following meeting with President Bloom

Swarthmore Labor Action Project (SLAP) would like to update the campus community about the status of the campaign for card check neutrality at the proposed Swarthmore Inn. This week we…

Protecting the Crum Woods, Humanely

Jeff Jabco and Colin Purrington, co-chairs of the Crum Woods Stewardship Committee, respond to Ethan Bogdan's editorial and defend the college's plan to use sharpshooters to control the deer population.…

Let’s Rethink an Unethical Deer Cull

Ethan Bogdan '13, currently on a gap year, argues that the college should reconsider its decision to cull the deer in the Crum, and suggests a non-lethal option. …

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