Roundup: the Least Promising SwatTank Pitches

SwatTank is the premier event for entrepreneurial Swatties looking to develop their project ideas and work to refine them towards fully-fledged ventures.This annual innovation competition organized by the Center for Innovation and Leadership sees groups of students go head-to-head to convince a


What Swarthmore Students Did During Spring Break

Last year, the college extended the ongoing spring break when COVID became a pandemic and the entire country shut down for quarantine. This year, many colleges in the U.S. had no spring break at all. At Swarthmore, this year’s spring break was


Faculty Members Unsure About Zoom Privacy Issues

Aside from making national headlines for being the main online application that colleges are turning towards during the COVID-19 outbreak, Zoom has received much media attention for its privacy and security issues. As was reported by multiple major news outlets, one of


Shift to Online Classes and COVID-19 Updates

Spring semester to be completed online with credit/no credit While Swarthmore classes had previously been scheduled to move online until April 3, President Valerie Smith sent out an email on March 17 sharing the administration’s decision that all classes will remain online