Students report inconsistencies with Public Safety

In the Spring of 2014, Public Safety sent out a brief online survey to students, faculty and staff intended to assess the campus community’s overall perception of the department’s performance. Nearly two-thirds of respondents (65.2%) felt “very safe,” the highest rating one

Athletes quit over academics and strained rapports with coaches

Though Swarthmore prides itself on its academic pedigree, the college isn’t all about churning out class after class of intellectually inquisitive scholars. The college catalogue explicitly states the promotion of a well-rounded, valuable societal asset is best supplemented by a varied program

Weekend Roundup

Women’s Soccer If you weren’t already convinced of the women’s soccer team’s current dominance, then here’s some news that should change your mind: in a ranking released by D3soccer.com, the women’s soccer team was ranked as the 11th best team in the

Weekend Roundup

Men’s Soccer The men’s soccer team (4-6, 1-2 CC) attempted a late comeback against Centennial Conference opponent Johns Hopkins this past weekend, but time was ultimately not on their side. The result was a 3-2 loss against the Blue Jays. Both of

Athlete of the month: Lulu Allen-Waller ’17

This weekend marks the beginning of the end as some of our spring season athletes compete in the competition their regular seasons have all been leading up to: The Centennial Conference Championships. One of these athletes, Lulu Allen-Waller ’17 of the women’s

Weekend Roundup

Women’s Tennis The women’s tennis team earned its fifth conference win of the season over Dickinson College this past weekend after returning home with a 7-2 win. The match began with wins from all three doubles teams. Alli Wong ’17 and Maria

Men’s golf perseveres despite small numbers

The men’s golf team has faced a host of challenges this season. They began spring competition in bitingly cold weather and have had to grow accustomed to relocating their practices to a new course after losing their previous one, Rolling Green. The

Athlete of the month: Liam Fitzstevens

This past Sunday, Liam Fitzstevens ’17 of the men’s swim team returned home from nationals, where he competed in three events three days in a row and returned home with two school records. Fitzstevens holds an incredible eight school records total after

Baseball begins season with a 10-2 record

Over spring break, the baseball team began its season by traveling to Fort Myers, Fla. and competed in five double-headers — 10 games total — all within six days. After waking up at 6 a.m. almost every morning and withstanding the toll

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