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College Dems to advocate Pell grants in D.C.

About 10 members of the College Democrats will travel to Washington D.C. on May 2 to speak with several congressmen about the issue of federal funding for Pell grants. As this semester saw no major elections, the College Dems felt that this trip would be a productive culmination to the year. College Dems secretary Paul… Keep Reading

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Aging sewer line to be replaced in Crum Woods

For the past month, construction workers have been working in the Crum Woods to replace an aging concrete sewer line in order to accommodate its use by three additional townships. Unfortunately, this has required notable destruction to the Crum landscape. Many trees have already been bulldozed by the contractor hired by the Central Delaware County… Keep Reading

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Faculty may have to teach fewer courses

The course load for Swarthmore professors may be decreased in the near future to keep up with the policies already in place at our peer institutions. While such a shift has not been officially proposed, it is likely that the school will pursue something similar to that in years to come. Strategic Planning’s Knowledge, Teaching… Keep Reading

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