Appointments start this week, and so Council has created a list of everyone on student committees currently available in front of the Council board for prospective applicants. Council discussed an […]Read more
MEN’S SOCCER: Garnet Triple Up Fords
Swarthmore men’s soccer rebounded from a 2-1 halftime deficit to earn a hard-fought 3-2 Centennial victory over Haverford in their regular-season finale Sunday afternoon. The Garnet (11-3-3, 5-3-1 CC) got goals from juniors Yoi Tibbetts, Jeff Kushner, and Evan Nesterak.
Simon J. Carmel’s lecture, “Silent No More: Testimonies of Deaf Holocaust Survivors” related the unheard stories of the persecuted deaf Jewish during World War II. Carmel, who teaches at the […]Read more
Friday night, Parsons Dance, an internationally known dance company, came to Swarthmore for a performance in LPAC. The performance consisted of six pieces, all of which were drastically different yet […]Read more
Scoreboard F. Hockey: Swarthmore 3, Franklin & Marshall 1 Volleyball: Franklin & Marshall 3, Swarthmore 2 W. Soccer: Swarthmore 2, Franklin & Marshall 0 Cross Country Men: Placed 5th at […]Read more
Professors, students, and Swarthmore community members gathered in Lang in celebration of the centenary year of James Michener’s birth. Frank Delaney, a journalist and radio broadcaster at the BBC, and […]Read more
FFS is intended to distribute funds from the Student Budget Committee in order to “ensure the presence of a diverse array of spoken-word events on Swarthmore’s campus,” according to Jason […]Read more
Kelly sees art as a way to reconciliation, and believes that reconciliation is necessary for peace in Northern Ireland.
“Our work is not just about challenging the status quo or the government. It’s also about challenging our own people. My people are not just victims of suffering; they also give out a lot of it,” Kelly said.
John Mather, a Swarthmore alumnus and Noble laureate, gave the McCabe lecture for this year. He told “the story of the whole universe, from the Big Bang to far in the future. Unfortunately,” he quipped, “I can’t tell you every detail of this story.”Read more