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Fall 2015 / Issue I / CXIII
New books published by Swarthmore graduates.
Re Jane smartly engages with the classic English novel of education Jane Eyre.
Four years of Swarthmore found in Alaska.
Dominic Tierney touts the liberal arts in today’s turbulent world.
This fall issue of the Bulletin introduces Swarthmore’s new president Valerie Smith ...
Working since the 1970s with refugees and asylum law, Bruce Leimsidor ’63 is interested in all aspects of human rights, including, most recently, the recriminalization of homosexuality in India.
The Match Girl and the Heiress is an unconventional love story at the heart of a great social-justice crusade that began roughly a century ago.
As a black, Hispanic female from Linwood, Pa., I was not the typical Swarthmore engineering student. In fact I was only able to attend thanks to Swarthmore’s generous financial aid package.
Much work has been done—and we have a lot of work still to do. In my eight months here, I’ve focused on learning about this campus and meeting as many people as I can.