College Holds First Womxn’s Leadership Summit

On March 23, the college held its first ever Womxn’s Leadership Summit. The summit was themed around the idea of a “Brave You”, with bravery representing growth, authenticity, and strength. The event featured alumni, faculty and staff speakers, as well as guests

Crumb Cafe Improves After Initial Adjustments

Halfway through the second semester, the Crumb Cafe is continuing to grow and adjust since its initial opening in the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester. While transitioning from Paces to Sharples was difficult when it first opened, the Crumb has become

BEP Phase One Nears Its Finish

Since its introduction in 2017, the biology, engineering, and psychology (BEP) building has made great strides toward completion and will be finished within the next two summers. The BEP project was introduced due to high enrollment in biology, engineering, and psychology, leading

History Majors: A thing of the Past?

With the boom of tech and computer industries, an increasing number of  students are choosing to major in the S.T.E.M. fields. Even in liberal arts colleges, humanities majors are finding themselves fewer in number each year. One especially dwindling major is the

SGO Hopes Unexpected Vacancies Bring Cohesion, Enthusiasm

Student Government Organization (SGO) is reforming its policies, and appointing new members to several open positions in a special election after a recent sweep of impeachments and resignations. After the most recent departures as reported by the Phoenix, Dawson Epstein ’21 was

Russian Professor Emily Frey Wins Big on Jeopardy!

Last week, yet another member of the Swarthmore Community graced the “Jeopardy!” stage. Earlier this month, Professor Emily Frey, visiting assistant professor of Russian literature, won four rounds of “Jeopardy!,” earning herself $64,503. Professor Frey’s first competition aired on October 30 and