At about 10:50 PM on Saturday evening, Swarthmore College lost power for around three hours, which didn't stop students from partying in Phi Psi and the BCC.
All but two of the candidates currently running for Student Council were at the Candidate Forum on Wednesday night, where they presented their platforms and fielded questions from an audience slightly larger than the candidate pool.
At the Dining Services Forum organized by Student Council last Thursday, students learned about the history of the meal plan, where the dining budget goes, and what Dining Services is doing to be sustainable, among other questions.
On Wednesday night, a student panel on issues of financial justice at Swarthmore convened in Bond Hall to discuss class and financial aid issues at Swarthmore. Both the panel and much of the audience had concerns about financial aid at Swarthmore, particularly
Saturday's Halloween Party went by without any major negative incidents. With this success, parties may return to Sharples in the future, although there are no current plans for a next Sharples event.
There has been a surge of student demand for counseling at CAPS this semester, and this week was the first time this semester that every single available slot for individual counseling was full, a situation CAPS will be moving to address by
On October 22, students received an e-mail including a link to the National College Health Assessment survey, a national and completely confidential survey that Worth hopes will provide the information it needs to design effective health and wellness programs.
Class Awareness Month began on Monday with a closed discussion for working class students. This year brings a petition for "seminar break funds" and more textbooks in the library, as well as exciting events.
What happens to the budget when you lose $200 million? Are alumni still going to be giving money? What's happening to other schools?
Wondering why you shiver in Chemistry class while boiling in your room? Ralph Thayer explains how his team decides when it's time to turn on the heat in Swarthmore buildings.