New club promotes financial literacy

The Swarthmore Wealth, Investment, Finance, Trade Education Club, SWIFT, arrived in fall 2017 as a newcomer to Swarthmore’s student organizations. The organization teaches students basic wealth management and investment skills. The organization recently gained attention around campus after releasing an email summarizing

Pub Nite survives for another semester

For many past and present students, Thursday nights at Swarthmore College are known for Pub Nite. “Historically, the officers would charge $4 at the door every week, but when the alcohol policies went under change [several years ago], we weren’t able to

Financial aid decisions often more nuanced than they appear

Many students have experienced a decrease in their financial aid packages after freshman year, despite little perceived change in their family’s financial situation. For some students, not receiving an adequate amount of aid meant not returning to Swarthmore this year. Christian Rhodes,

Corporate environment contorts feminism

We live in an idyllic haven of equality here at Swarthmore. On a daily basis, we are surrounded by extremely accepting and intelligent peers, who generally do not discriminate against one another on the basis of characteristics inherited by birth. More often