Big Chair, Bigger Heart

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Parrish Beach, a pillar (pasture, rather) of the Swarthmore community: a see-all, tell-none source — until now. What would Swarthmore’s campus be without its largest and most strangely-named patch of grass? Where would we


Of Parrish and Puppies

Photo courtesy of Katie Reeves. You just survived your first week of classes for the semester. You are exhausted. Syllabi are overflowing from your folders; your backpack is stuffed with new handouts, shiny textbooks, and still mostly-blank notebooks. You’re looking back wistfully

OSE Lanches Parties in Parrish Parlors

The Parrish Parlors, home to impromptu piano concertos and napping students, will now also host student-run parties. The initiative by the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) will endow students with a budget of around $200 to independently organize and host themed dry

CADES celebrates 65th birthday

Last week, Global Neighbors in collaboration with Children and Adult Disability and Educational Services held an art show in Shane Lounge. The show, which ran from March 25 to April 1, showcased artwork from various media created by both children and adults