Crum Regatta Returns

This fall, the future of the Crum Regatta remained uncertain when the alumni office stopped hosting the event and it was removed from the calendar, with no explanation, during Garnet Weekend. However, after OSE took over the event and moved it to

SWIFT Kicks Off Financial Literacy Month

April is national financial literacy month. Swarthmore, Wealth, Investment, Finance and Trade has planned a variety of events throughout the month which aims to teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy budgeting decisions. When Joshua Collin ’20 first came to Swarthmore,


DU Reopens Amid Scrutiny of Greek Life

After being closed for the Fall 2018 semester, Delta Upsilon Fraternity will host its first party on March 23. Its reopening comes soon after the publication of a school-sanctioned report examining the role of Greek life at Swarthmore, and a new substance-free

College Archives Unveil ML’s Storied History

Located a fifteen-minute walk away from campus, Mary Lyon dormitory does not even appear on the campus map. It’s located in a residential neighborhood, and many Swarthmore students who have not lived in Mary Lyon have no idea where it’s situated. To

New GOTV Committee Aims to Boost Low Student Voter Turnout

Only 24.8 percent of registered Swarthmore students voted in the 2014 midterm elections, a percentage lower than the national average for college students. Swarthmore staff and students on the Get Out the Vote, or GOTV, committee, which President Smith organized this February,

In STEM and Econ Majors, Large Gender Gap Persists

According to a Swarthmore Institutional Research compilation of the class of 2018, four different popular majors have a disproportionate amount of students identifying as men. These statistics do not come as a surprise to many female Swarthmore students in these fields. Many