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Worthstock traditions decimated, students say

After months of planning and preparation by the Office of Student Engagement and the LSE Committee, this year’s “Worthstock Weekend,” which traditionally spans the first weekend in May, is slated to have multiple live music events, as well as other outdoor activities. This year’s incarnation of the event is also the first to be held… Keep Reading

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Swarthmore announces new president

Valerie Smith, dean of the college at Princeton University, has been named the 15th president of Swarthmore College. She will assume office on July 1 as the first Black president of the College, and the second woman to ever hold the position. She has been hired after an extensive months-long search process, led by a… Keep Reading

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Pub Nite in flux

Complicating tonight and future Pub Nites, administrators have told seniors that they may no longer collect money from students attending the traditional Thursday night event. The decision to ban Pub Nite fundraising began with an announcement by Provost Tom Stephenson that the college had created a fund to pay for senior week activities. Traditionally, the… Keep Reading

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