Hurricane Ian is the deadliest hurricane to threaten the United States since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Prior to the hurricane’s landfall near Fort Myers, FL, on Sept. 28, 2022, at 3 p.m, weather experts were uncertain about the path that the storm
Amidst the frenzy surrounding the Swarthmore men’s basketball team unprecedented run to the final four and into the Division III national championship game these past few weeks, Swarthmore’s spring sports spent their spring breaks competing and training against and with top teams
When someone brings up “spring break trip to Florida,” beaches, parties, and sunny weather tend to come to mind. Well, over spring break this year, the men’s golf team did exactly that, a spring break trip to Florida, but without the beaches,
After a slow start losing two doubleheaders to open up the season, the Baseball team bounced back over spring break in Fort Myers, Florida. The team flew south for their annual trip the first Saturday of spring break to escape the cold.
José Fernández would have been first to tell you that baseball is, at heart, just a game. He always had a smile on his face. It didn’t matter whether he was dicing up hitters with his filthy curveball, cheering
The Swarthmore Women’s Lacrosse team blew through its early season schedule, dispatching its first four opponents, Eastern, Drew, Rochester and Widener by a combined score of 50-18. The team is satisfied with its strong start; in the words of midfielder Annalise Penikis
It’s a good thing the Swarthmore baseball team traveled to Florida for spring break. With the local weather the way it has been, the team might never have gotten a game in. Rain on Monday and Tuesday postponed the scheduled games at
Athlete of the Week: Corinne Sommi Jr., Lacrosse, Darien, Conn. What She’s Done: Scored eight goals during spring break competition to help the Garnet to a 4-0 start to the season. Favorite Career Moment: Making the conference playoffs last year, that was