Working (Out) from Home

Many of our lives have been drastically affected by the current measures taken to slow the spread of COVID-19. Stay-at-home orders, classes at home, advice to practice social distancing, and the closure of gyms and public parks make it difficult to stay

Athlete of the Week: Sydney Covitz ’20

Last weekend the Track and Field teams competed in their Centennial Conference championships at Franklin and Marshall College. Several Garnet athletes earned medals, contributing to Swarthmore’s third place finish in the conference. Of the winners, dual-sport athlete Sydney Covitz ’20 ran a

Men’s Basketball Hosts Centennial Conference Tournament

Last weekend men’s basketball hosted the Centennial Conference championship, beating Muhlenberg College 65-62 in the semifinals on Friday, but falling to #8 Johns Hopkins University 71-73 in the finals on Saturday, Feb. 29. With 26 straight wins, they were the only undefeated


Athlete of the Week: Vinny DeAngelo ’23

Swarthmore men’s basketball has maintained a flawless record, going 24-0-0 into their final two conference games of the season. They have been ranked at the top of the nation since the pre-season polls and several of their players have previously earned all-America

Athlete of the Week: Ben Freeman ’23

On Feb. 8th, men’s swimming wrapped up their Centennial Conference regular season competition with a considerable 164-97 win. A large contributor to that success was first-year Ben Freeman ’23 who won the 1,000 meter free with a sub-ten minute time that is

Athlete of the Week: Adria Retter ’23

This past weekend on Feb. 1, four track and field athletes competed at the Villanova Invite comprised of mainly Division I athletes from schools like University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, Villanova University, Lehigh College, and St. Joseph’s University. The Garnet fared well


Remembering Kobe Bryant

Content Warning: Sexual Assault On Sunday, Jan. 26, Kobe Bryant passed away in a helicopter accident along with his thirteen-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others. At only 41, Bryant was considered one of the greatest athletes of his time and inspired many