The Narples scanning machine arrived unceremoniously into our lives about a week ago. Its impact, thus far, has been small. However, I can say without hyperbole that what it represents is a sort of philosophy of design that fills me with dread.
I want to talk about access, and particularly access to physical spaces. Swarthmore is wonderful in that it is very small, and one tends to see the same people congregate in the same library and the same spaces. The downside of this,
Let me begin this by saying I am not an angry person. I strive to be calm, cool, and collected (like a cucumber). However, nothing sends me into the five stages of grief faster than when I walk into the dining hall
Upon returning to campus this semester, students face several changes meant to contribute to Swarthmore College’s sustainability initiatives. In June, the college established a new goal: to become a zero waste campus by 2035 and transition to energy-efficient practices in the coming
After over two years, the long-awaited Dining and Community Commons construction is finally coming to an end. On Oct. 16, 2022, students and members of the Swarthmore community can expect to dine in at the new facility. One student in particular, Felicia
On Jan. 19, the college announced the appointment of interim Director of Sustainability Elizabeth Drake to the position on a permanent basis by President Valerie Smith. The first thing Drake wants students to know is that they are in the driver’s seat.