Third Parties Can and Do Win

“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” — President John Quincy Adams It is often said that a third-party vote is a wasted vote. This is wrong

At The Wedding Review

Last Saturday, upon the invitation of a friend, I showed up punctually at 8 p.m. to see the newest production from the Swarthmore theater department: At The Wedding. The play, written by Bryna Turner and directed by Visiting Assistant Professor Jude Sandy,


The ACL Epidemic of Women’s Soccer

Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) announced this week that Arsenal teammates Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema will work with FIFA to help understand the increasingly alarming occurrence of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries within women’s soccer. This development comes after the

Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Michael Caprise ’24

Michael Caprise ’24, a senior from Lynchburg, VA, led Swarthmore men’s basketball to their second straight Centennial Conference title on Sunday afternoon. The Garnet narrowly defeated No. 23-ranked Johns Hopkins University, 67-62, in Baltimore to secure the conference’s automatic bid to the

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap:

Women’s Swimming: The No. 16-ranked Swarthmore women’s swimming team competed in the Centennial Conferences at Gettysburg College over the weekend. The Garnet finished the four-day meet with a total of 27 medals: thirteen gold, seven silver, and seven bronze, equating to 991



Dinosaur of the Week: Microraptor Growing up, I was a big summer camp kid. I would anticipate the thrill of being dropped off at a forest-y campsite with a few of my friends – and a handful of kids from across the


Magic Oreo Bars

I’m a religion major. I tend to see God all around me. On those beautiful spring days when the weather isn’t too hot or too cold, I see God in the air. When the sun is out and the sky is blue,

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