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The power of a name

If you can think back to your first couple of weeks on campus, whether that was a week ago or three years ago, you will probably remember being very confused about where things were. Whether you showed up at the Lang Performing Arts Center for a class that was supposed to be in the Lang… Keep Reading

News

College reaffirms network security

On July 30, a fake email was sent out to the Swarthmore student population in the name of the registrar, Martin Warner. The identity of the perpetrator are being kept confidential by the Swarthmore College Computer Society (SCCS), but such an incident begs the question of how secure is the college’s network technology infrastructure is.… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

Hurricane impacts on new students

Recall for a moment moving into your dorm your freshman year of college. For most, the worries are relatively simple: where do my posters go? Do my sheets match my rug? Will my parents really call me every day? But, for quite a few freshmen this year, the worries became dire. For Houstonians and Floridians… Keep Reading

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College announces updates to student employment process

Yesterday, the college held a press briefing with the Phoenix and Daily Gazette announcing developments to student employment issues on campus. Notably, the college announced plans for a new portal on MySwat called JobX, which will centralize the job search and application process online. Vice President of Finance and Administration Greg Brown explained one of… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Men/Sports

Athlete of the Week: Francis Eddy-Harvey ’21

Swarthmore Men’s Soccer player Francis Eddy-Harvey ’21 scored his first career goal on Saturday against Dickinson, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. With Swarthmore losing 2-1 with around two minutes to go, Eddy-Harvey netted an equalizer that sent the game into overtime and secured a draw for the Garnet. The draw pulled… Keep Reading

Campus Journal

A Swipe Of Advice: On the Meal Plan

If there is one objective, capital-T Truth that exists within the entire span of our infinite universe, it is that there is one, single best meal plan for Swatties to be on. There are five meal plan options, consisting of four lies and one answer to the questions humankind has been asking for the entirety… Keep Reading

Arts

Arts (Bi)weekly Poetry Contest Extension

We only received a single entry Written by a local landed gentry, The bad poem cannot be missed, Simply because the poem is this. Hello everyone! The poem contest has been extended for a week. Please email me directly amarian1@swarthmore.edu for submissions. The poem must allude to at least three colors; It must not be… Keep Reading

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