The Bone Doctor: Lights, Camera, Action

I’ve always liked video cameras. When I was a teenager, my friends and I spent countless hours making amateur films. Topics ranged from drug deals gone bad to shirtless fights [...]

Student Council Platforms

Student Council elections will run from this Sunday 12/3 until Thursday 12/6, and there's a VP forum and candidate meet-and-greet tonight: read up on your platforms now!

Voting on Polls, Always a Party

Our poll function was mis-functioning for a little while... take five seconds and express some opinions about Philly Car Share and MLK Day! [poll=13] [poll=17] [...]

Gazette Index Changes

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Interviews with Families Affected by Malaria

In order to address the problem of malaria, Dlugash and others formed the Global Health Forum. They've brought their campaign to Swarthmore, and the importance of their cause is brought to life in a series of interviews with families devastated by the

The Next ITS Director

This editorial was written collaboratively by the Daily Gazette's Editorial Board. Very soon, Swarthmore will have to select the next director of ITS. This is an important decision. Technology has [...]

Throw me a sleep bone

Sleep is a mystery. Despite decades of research, scientists have hardly begun to uncover its physiological function. We know that staying awake for prolonged periods of time -- the record [...]

Chalkings Step In The Right Direction

The discussions about last year's chalkings were lengthy and at times painful, but it looks like we actually learned some lessons from it. So far, the chalkings have taken important [...]

Womanscrew–A Poem

In order to support Coming Out Week, the Gazette hopes to publish the coming out stories of queer students and their allies all week. Please send yours in--we’re happy to [...]