Give Us Consistent Floor Plans!

The other day as I walked to class, studied in Kohlberg, and ate in Narples, housing appeared to be the main topic on everyone’s mind. This was especially true, it seemed, on Wednesday, as rising juniors continued to create and discard plans


Campaigning at Swarthmore

As a former member of both the Student Budgeting Committee (SBC) and the Student Government Organization (SGO), I’ve now run three campaigns for office here at Swarthmore. I have tabled each and every time. The very first time I campaigned, one of

Clay Corner: Featuring Aaliyah Hahn ‘27

Aaliyah Hahn ‘27 is a first-year from Wisconsin who plans to major in environmental studies. However, she’s adamant about majoring in ceramics if Swarthmore reconsiders offering classes. When she’s not firing up a kiln, Aaliyah loves matcha lattes, midwest emo, crocheting, and

Much Ado About Nothing Review

“Much Ado About Nothing” is a tragicomedy written by Shakespeare. The play revolves around the story of a romantic couple: Hero, daughter of the governor of Messina, and Claudio, a count from Florence. “Much Ado” frequently diverges into the gossipings that surrounds

Athlete of the Week: Sophie Goodwin ’27

Sophie Goodwin ’27, a first-year from San Antonio, TX, shined at the Ursinus Track & Field Festival on Saturday in Collegeville, PA. Goodwin won the steeplechase event with a time of 11:38.41, earning a personal record. The first year is now ranked

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Baseball: Swarthmore College: 10, Muhlenberg College: 0 Swarthmore baseball crushed Muhlenberg College in game one of their double-header on Friday afternoon at home. The Garnet opened the scoring with two runs in the top of the second inning. Swarthmore tallied two runs

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


Dinosaur of the Month: Dino Nuggets  Growing up, I always had a fresh home-cooked meal ready for me. My mom, through her decades of experience in the kitchen, could whip up sandwiches, curries, and even fried rice in a matter of minutes.

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