Divestment necessary as a model of sustainability

We are writing in response to the article that appeared in the Phoenix on December 1st, 2016 entitled “Sustainability Office’s Work Continues, Consultants to be hired; Future of the Carbon Tax Unclear.” We are both Swarthmore class of 1965. We are concerned

Not to Humiliate but to Win Over

“ Reflections on the Right to Peacefully Assemble to Protest Fossil Fuels Endowment Investment at Swarthmore College” The 1st amendment of the U.S. Constitution states the right of free people to peacefully assemble, and to petition their governing body for a redress


Chopp announces Community Development Fund

On Friday October 11, the Dean’s Office sent out an email to the student body introducing the establishment of the Community Development Fund (CDF), a reserve of $150,000 to be spent evenly over the next three years on 15 student projects. The