President Smith Announces the College’s First Ever Land Acknowledgment 

In an email to the Swarthmore community on Feb. 15, President Smith announced the college’s newly established land acknowledgement statement. Land acknowledgements are formal statements that recognize Indigenous people’s ownership and traditional stewardship of land, and issuing them has become a more

Students Participate in Spring “Screw” in New Venue

On Saturday, Feb. 11, costumed students filled the Dining and Community Commons for the biannual Screw Your Roommate event, a Swarthmore tradition where roommates set one another up on blind dates. Despite Screw’s longevity (originally starting in the 1980s), it is not

CAPS Returns To In-Person Services

Starting in Spring 2023, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has resumed in-person meetings for individuals and groups. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, all meetings were moved to Zoom as a way to accommodate health guidelines. CAPS has now adopted a hybrid system