If the recent midterm elections taught us anything, it is the power of young Americans to shape the outcomes of the future, which crucially depends on their ability to stay informed about current events. The habits we create in college often solidify
Content Warning: Suicide If you are worried about yourself or someone you know please call U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or C.A.P.S on-call number 610-328-7768 At around 7:10 am on October 28, a sixteen-year-old girl died by suicide when
This midterm election, the town of Swarthmore is well-represented in the polls. Three out of five positions on the ballot include candidates who are residents of the town and its immediate surroundings. Swarthmore was also recently moved into the 5th congressional district,
We are all at least aware of the “eat local” movement. We’ve all been primed to know that eating locally is, in many ways, the way to eat sustainably. Eating local was (and in a way still is) the hot new trend.
In just a few months, construction crews will close a portion of the Crum Woods for a multi-year project to replace the Crum Creek Viaduct, the 900-foot-long bridge that carries Media/Elwyn Line trains between Swarthmore and Wallingford stations, SEPTA officials said Wednesday
When I first started this series of columns, I was not really sure where they would take me. Basically, I just wanted to have an excuse to eat good food and share my thoughts about doing so with all of you. It
Whenever I stop and admire the packaging of beer (i.e. stop and drink), I am reminded of the victory of modern civilization over the forces of Nature. The simplicity of the pull-top can or the twist-off long-neck bottle help me to forget
On Tuesday morning, I set my alarm for 7:15 a.m. to meet up with a friend and go to Reading Terminal Market for the first time. I had heard numerous wonderful things about the market located right by Market East train station