After four years of struggle and dedication, the seniors on the men's rugby team earned a resounding 39-5 victory against Ursinus college last Saturday.
Nacht Magazine and the English Department co-hosted a symposium this past Tuesday on notoriously reclusive author Thomas Pynchon, writer of such novels as "Gravity's Rainbow" and "The Crying of Lot 49." The symposium was brought together as a continuation of Laura Backup’s
An ominous bulletin appeared in the ITS spring newsletter: “3) Keeping out the riff-raff.” While this announcement is not particularly new or revelatory, it is a reminder that external computers attempt to infect the Swarthmore network daily. The ambiguity of the update
The Gazette sat down with Professor of Englis Craig Williamson, the coordinator of the Medieval Studies program, to talk about the unique program at Swarthmore. Williamson discussed, among other things, being the world's leading expert on Anglo-Saxon riddles and the importance of