Thank a Haverford Student, No Seriously

As you may recall from orientation, Swarthmore was founded as a Quaker college. Specifically, Swarthmore was founded as a Hicksite Quaker college. You may be asking yourself, “What is a Hicksite Quaker college?” If you’ve ever been awed by Swarthmore’s prestige, rigor,

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I’m Running for President

Of the United States of America, of course. There is a great deal of current consternation over whether Donald J. Trump is eligible to serve as President of the United States again. The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution stipulates that individuals

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The Weight of Photos

What can a photographer do in a war? Robert Capa, Willi Ruge, Larry Burrows, and more have shown us through their pictures the power of photography and its influence on the general public. In Robert Capa’s most iconic image of the Spanish

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap:

Women’s Track and Field: Swarthmore women’s track and field competed in the Keogh Invitational on Saturday at Haverford College. The Garnet placed second of nine teams, tallying one first-place finish and several personal records.  Notable Athletes: Lydia Morris-Kliment ’27 won the long

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Fences

In a groundbreaking move which has left the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College and students amazed for the past year, Swarthmore’s once-lush campus has been transformed into a construction site of environmental progress. While some students may have enjoyed serene strolls amidst

The Phoenix