Obituary: SwatNet caused lasting impact on students

SwatNet, the Swarthmore College WiFi network, passed away this Wednesday after a long, hard-fought struggle with various health complications including poor connection and seemingly non-existent bandwidth, as well as an unexplainable incompatibility with certain wireless devices. As its condition worsened, it became

ITS plans for SwatNet improvements

SwatNet, the college’s wireless internet network, currently serves over 2,000 end devices, ranging from gaming systems and laptops to the exercise equipment in the Matchbox. According to Joel Cooper, chief information technology officer, the college has 578 wireless access points, 273 of