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Ganesh Setty

Ganesh Setty has 19 articles published.

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Despite strain, writing course requirement to remain unchanged for the near future

As the class of 2019 completes the sophomore planning process, and students look ahead toward deciding their future courses, disparities in writing-intensive course offerings between departments has initiated few discussions of changes to the program by the Office of the Provost. One of multiple requirements students have to complete before graduation, the writing course requirement… Keep Reading

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Despite strain writing course requirement to remain unchanged for the near future

As the class of 2019 completes the sophomore planning process, and students look ahead toward deciding their future courses, disparities in writing-intensive course offerings between departments has initiated few discussions of changes to the program by the Office of the Provost. One of multiple requirements students have to complete before graduation, the writing course requirement… Keep Reading

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Future of honors program in question

  Last week, members of the class of 2019 assembled in the Lang Performing Arts Center for an event entitled “Chocolates, Chai, & Choosing” sponsored by members of the faculty and the Dean’s office. “Chocolates, Chai, & Choosing” is designed to be an information session about the sophomore planning process. Of the speakers at the… Keep Reading

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Party scene altered as fraternities receive sanctions

  Correction: Article has been updated to state that Phi Psi cannot host parties with alcohol until the end of the 2017 fall semester. Article originally stated that the fraternity could only host parties at the end of the 2018 fall semester. As a consequence of independent incidents involving violations of the Student Code of… Keep Reading

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Charles Murray, labeled by SPLC a White Supremacist, Coming to Campus

The Swarthmore Conservative Society, in partnership with the American Enterprise Institute on campus, has invited controversial academic Charles Murray to speak about the results of the 2016 presidential election in relation to his book “Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010”. As a result, various students and groups on campus have condemned the event.… Keep Reading

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SGO aims to restructure its budget

The college’s Student Government Organization is currently trying to restructure itself to allow the executive board more control over the budget. If successful, SGO would have more budgetary control than other chartered groups on campus. Co-presidents of SGO Mosea Esaias ’17 and Ben Roebuck ’17 explained that the current system for chartered groups via the… Keep Reading

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