Upon emerging from the murky bowels of Swarthmore, we craved the light of day and the feeling of wind in our hair. Blinking the darkness out of our eyes, we trundled about campus in search of our next adventure. Having spent so
This week your intrepid marauders adventure into the deepest bowels of Swarthmore’s campus, and they inadvertently stumble upon little-known coincidences in presidential history along with a bitter, decades-long international controversy.
A reader noticed that some of the leaves falling near Kohlberg and Trotter had a strange white substance on them. The Arboretum's Josh Coceano went and had a look for us to see what was going on.
Swarthmore is wrapped in mystery, and here at the Gazette we try to peel a few of those mysteries away. Most recently, we learned why Essie Mae's turns off its [...]
Many of the students entering Sci 101 this past Friday weren’t sure what to expect from Spike’s inaugural stand-up comedy jam. There’s never a guarantee that the performers will be [...]