Swarthmore College Alumni Open Letter

To the Swarthmore College administration: We write to you as a collective of alumni who are deeply devastated and outraged by Israel’s ongoing genocide against Palestinians in Gaza, as well as the escalation of state-sanctioned violence against Palestinians living in the rest

Ben Williams ’99: Letter to the Editor

To the Editor, According to the page for the Board of Managers at the Swarthmore College site, the Board consists of 34 people, all of whom were appointed to their positions on the Board of Managers by previous members of the Board

David Boonin: Letter to the Editor

Editor’s Note: David Boonin is a member of the Swarthmore Borough Council. To the editor, As a local elected official, several residents of Swarthmore voiced concern to me about the pro-Palestinian encampment at Swarthmore College. I was hearing that Jewish students were

2024 Senior Art Thesis Exhibitions

From April 13 to May 19, the List Gallery will be hosting the 2024 Senior Art Thesis Exhibitions, where works created by art majors during their Senior Capstone will be showcased. There will be two exhibitions: April 13-28 and May 3-19. Below

Echoes of Greece Review

“Echoes of Greece” at the Park Avenue Community (PAC) Center in Swarthmore features the Grammy-nominated Laouto player Vasilis Kostas and award-winning pianist Tom Alexander. Their aim is to “transport the audience to the Greek islands and beyond through a musical journey that

Kitao x IC Spring Art house

The InterCenter Interns and Kitao Art gallery co-hosted the Spring Art house last Friday, April 12, from 7-9 p.m. in the Kitao art gallery. The theme of the exhibition was (In)visibility. Arts exhibited include drawing, painting, photography, digital art, and mixed media.

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Softball: Swarthmore College: 12, Haverford College: 7 Swarthmore softball defeated Haverford College on Thursday at Haverford, PA. The Garnet secured the victory with an impressive six runs in the top of the third inning. Notable Players: Olivia McClammy ’25 went four-for-five at-bat,

Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Lane Barron ’26

Lane Barron ’26, a sophomore from Bangor, ME, has been stellar on the mound this season for Swarthmore softball. Barron pitched all seven innings in game two of the team’s doubleheader against McDaniel College on Saturday. She recorded a season-high eight strikeouts,

I Miss Snooki

Summer 2009. The sun is shining, the waves are waving, and Obama is president. The Jersey Shore, as it’s colloquially referred to, is a hotspot for teenagers and youngsters in their twenties searching for a place to relax and spend time with

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