Kitao’s “Lost-n-Found” Reclaims Abandoned Art

This past Friday, April 26, Kitao had yet another gallery exhibition to finish off a strong semester of student work. The captionless showcase was curated on the very basis of this anonymity. “Lost-n-Found,” a collection of works that have been left behind

Return to open collection inspires community

Approximately 40 members of the Swarthmore College community gathered last Friday at the Friends Meeting House for the first open collection since 2013. Planned in collaboration by Sociology Professor Sarah Willie-LeBreton,  History Professor Marjorie Murphy, Director of Religious and Spiritual Life Joyce

Campus Collects to Discuss Refugee Crisis

Several dozen students gathered in the Friends Meeting House on the edge of campus late last week to hold a Collection for the European refugee crisis. The Collection was organized by students Istvan Cselotei ’18 and Rares Mosneanu ’18, as well as

Students Share Mixed Responses to George/West Collection

Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG. Robert George/Cornel

Traditions Take Root for Class of 2017

One of the questions I hear most often when informing a well-meaning yet clueless person that I go to Swarthmore is, “Swath-more? Is that an all-girls’ school?” No, Swarthmore College is not all girls. Swarthmore, in fact, attempts with moderate success not