Already in their second semester of existence, the Parrish Parlor Parties have become an increasingly popular part of Swarthmore's social scene by offering alternatives to drinking.
Swarthmore Cycles, a repair and used bike shop, has opened in the Ville. All bikes are sold for around $100, and Lindsay Yanez, the store's proprietor, pledges to stand behind her products.
This month, the Intercultural Center and Swarthmore’s Hispanic and Latino organization ENLACE held lectures, events and performances in an effort to both talk about and celebrate Latino identity. This September’s [...]
While dreaming about going to college, Haichao Wu '12 wrote his admission essay about his love for Chinese calligraphy. Now that he’s here, though, this passion hasn’t just helped fulfill [...]
In an effort to familiarize first-year students with Swarthmore’s Town Center, often called “the Ville,” the borough is offering tours this Saturday afternoon. Though the college’s campus offers a lot, [...]