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Anti-Sexist activist to speak at school

With the pervasiveness of discussion about sexual misconduct on campus during the past few semesters, much of the conversation has focused on the victims and the perpetrators. Few people, however, have focused on the bystanders in these situations. In his visit to

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Diners digest changes to meal plan as price rises

This semester, Swarthmore’s Dining Services team will introduce several changes to Sharples Dining Hall, Essie Mae’s Snackbar and the Science Center coffee bar. Discussing potential stages and evaluating student feedback since the fall of 2012, the team has mostly directed changes toward

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New Greek Life Referendum Introduced

Following last month’s petition for a referendum, controversy, and subsequent campus-wide discussions about the future of Swarthmore’s Greek life, Joyce Wu ’15, founder of the first petition, has created a second petition on the matter.  The new petition, which received 172 signatures

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Women’s Resource Center Hosts Week of Events

In celebration of March’s nationally recognized Women’s History Month, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) decided to organize its own week to recognize women’s rights and issues.  Running from Friday, March 22 to Thursday, March 28, the week consists of 12 events that

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A Look At The Women’s Resource Center

When most people decide where they want to study for the night, McCabe, Cornell, and the Science Center are among the top choices. When many students coordinate their Saturday night plans, Paces, Olde Club, and the fraternities are among the first options