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Will Lawrence ’13 for Appointments Chair

Hi everybody. My name’s Will Lawrence and I’m running for the position of Appointments Chair. You probably know me as a really tall guy with oversized glasses who tends to run around campus awkwardly. I have experienced the appointments process though my applications for Student Budget Committee and the College Budget Committee, both of which… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Katie Lytle

WHAT SHE’S DONE: Lytle led her team in scoring in games against McDaniel and Dickinson. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: “Beating Gettysburg at home last year. It was a great feeling to rise to the occasion and beat one of the top teams in the conference.” WHAT SHE WANTS TO DO: “To make it to the playoffs. I think we… Keep Reading

Student Council Platforms

Gabriella Capone ’14 for Co-President

Hi guys! I’m Gabby Capone ‘14 and I am running to be your Co-President. I have some ideas for StuCo, like better cellular service on campus (Verizon is awful), late-night access to food and free SEPTA tokens. But I’m not running for Co-President to push my ideas. I’m running with the belief that the Co-Presidents and StuCo… Keep Reading


Swarthmore’s ongoing struggle with its Quakerism

Op-Ed by Erik Heaney Since I arrived on Swarthmore’s campus barely a year ago, I have noticed that this institution is undergoing a struggle with its identity and heritage. Much like that of an individual who struggles to reconcile conflicting cultural identities, it appears that Swarthmore has trouble reconciling its Quaker heritage and its adherence… Keep Reading

Emma Waitzman ’14 for Co-President

I’m Emma Waitzman and I want to be your Student Council Co-president. Swarthmore gives students the rare opportunity to participate in big decisions that are made, such as the priorities of the college, the goals for the future of Swarthmore, and even the distribution of funds. As co-president, I see my job as that of… Keep Reading

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