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Sorority structure develops at interest meeting

The group that recently fought to garner charter approval for the creation of a sorority on campus held an interest meeting in Paces on Wednesday night. With approximately 30 women in attendance, the group discussed its intentions in forming a sorority and outlined the succeeding steps required to see this project to reality. All of… Keep Reading

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Grider’s exhibit explores emotion and harmony

“I think [my paintings] are pretty unpopular,” Assistant Professor of Studio Art Logan Grider said while scanning the walls of List Gallery, which feature some of his most current work. “They require you to stand in front of them for more than a few seconds.” On display through Feb. 21, the exhibit, entitled “Logan Grider:… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Osazenoriuwa Ebose ’15

What She’s Done: Ebose broke the school’s thirty-year shot-put record at least weekend’s Gotham Cup. How It Feels: “I am completely amazed to have broken the record. The fact that it is a thirty year record hits me even harder!” What She Wants To Do: “To just do well competitively. As a freshman I am… Keep Reading


Men’s basketball loses eight contests to open 2012

The first half of the 2011-12 season was a time of change and transition for the Swarthmore men’s basketball team. Although the team showed fight throughout the first half, concluding with a seven-game stretch over break, it produced a 1-14 record, including an eight-game losing streak. With a new year comes a new beginning, however,… Keep Reading


Ebose sets shot-put record to highlight Gotham Cup

A new school shot put record at the hands of first-year Osazenoriuwa Ebose highlighted a number of strong performances by the Swarthmore track & field team in Friday night’s Gotham Cup, held at the Armory Track & Field Center in New York City. With a throw measured at 37-1.25 feet (11.31 meters), Ebose won the… Keep Reading

Romney’s business record attacks unnecessary tactic

The onslaught of attacks on Republican presidential candidate and former Governor Mitt Romney’s (R-MA) record at Bain Capital, a private equity firm, began even prior to Romney’s New Hampshire primary victory. The so-called “anti-Romney” candidates realized what political observers determined after the Iowa Caucus: with a small win in Iowa and a solid win in… Keep Reading

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