Alchemy No Longer Affiliated with Writing Center

Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG. Alchemy, the

A Swarthmore Love Story: Phil Everson and Andrea Stout

Phil Everson and Andrea Stout met while they were both professors at Swarthmore. Though Andrea has since moved to Penn Medical, their story remains very much a Swarthmore love story. See them each tell the story from their own point of view.

Departing Associate Dean for Multicultural Affairs, Darryl Smaw

Darryl Smaw, the Associate Dean for Multicultural Affairs, will soon be retiring from Swarthmore. Since 2002, Dean Smaw has played a vital role in promoting campus conversations and dialogue on diversity, organizing and improving programs such as the Tri-Co program, and engaging

Yale Professor Discusses Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Yale Professor of Economics Christopher Udry ’81 returned to Swarthmore on Tuesday to deliver the Bernie Saffran lecture titled, “Risk, Credit, Constraints, and Farmers’ Investments in Ghana.” Specializing in development economics, Professor Udry shared his research results on the role of capital

ML Weekday Breakfast Ended; Sunday Breakfast to Begin

ML's weekday continental breakfast service will be ended next semester, in favor of a Sunday morning breakfast with made-to-order food, as few students took advantage of the weekday breakfast. Coordinators and RAs are worried that the move limits residents' options and weakens

LSE Event to be held in Early Spring

Despite all the many memorable and fun events this semester, many Swatties may still feel like there is something missing. That something is probably our annual Large Scale Event, traditionally held in the Fall Semester. This semester, despite LSE committee’s well endeavored

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