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Creating art on Sharples trays is a longstanding tradition.
Each Monday, 11 volunteer flower arrangers take turns going bouquet-shopping through Scott Arboretum.
When it came to ants, Carl Rettenmeyer ’53— like the insects—more than carried his weight.
Meet 10 female Swarthmorean students of science who received Velay Fellowships.
Celebrating the power of female creativity and musical composition.
A look back at some recent April Fools' Day pranks by Swarthmore's engineering students.
John Lim ’16 creates a special installment of his delicious web series.
In frosh-to-senior bookended videos, Stephanie Kestelman ’16 traces her journey.
Retiring professors Sharon Friedler, Cynthia Halpern, Frank Moscatelli, and Barry Schwartz look back—and ahead.
Swarthmore students have often turned their creative and intellectual powers to the commission of pranks.