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Liquor license in Ville up for approval

The Swarthmore Inn project continues to move forward, as the college filed an application for a liquor license over the summer. Vice President for Facilities and Services C. Stuart Hain, who serves on the Design Oversight Committee for the Town Center West Project, one component of a 34-point plan to revitalize the borough’s downtown area… Keep Reading

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Election Time Spurs Action on Campus

With the United States’ presidential election quickly approaching, politics is a prominent topic of debate around campus. And because Swarthmore College found a way around Pennsylvania’s voter identification registration law, the election is increasingly personal to Swarthmore students. The law, implemented this year, requires that any registered Pennsylvania voter own a government-issued photo ID with… Keep Reading

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Referendum Against Sorority Gains Prominence

As is now common knowledge across campus, the student group, Not Yet Sisters (NYS), worked with the college’s administration last semester to establish a sorority at Swarthmore that will open it doors to the community in Spring 2013. As students returned to campus over the past week, negative sentiments regarding Greek life and the creation… Keep Reading

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The Collegiate Blog expands over summer, gains notice

Senior year at high school can be a challenging and harrowing environment as students begin the college application process and attempt to piece together little nuggets of wisdom from various sources. Overworked and thinly stretched college counselors form the primary source of guidance, supplemented by sites like College Confidential, which must be ingested with a… Keep Reading

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