Policies

Privacy Policy

This website provides information about Swarthmore College and its educational programs, community, events, history, policies, facilities, alumni, and academic and administrative departments.

If you choose to provide personal information, the Swarthmore College Bulletin will take every reasonable measure to ensure its privacy — including never collecting or associating that information with the IP addresses that the Bulletin may use to help diagnose problems with the server and to administer the site.

The Swarthmore College Bulletin’s website contains links to independently run websites outside the “swarthmore.edu” domain. Swarthmore is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these sites, and the provision of these links does not imply that Swarthmore approves or endorses them.

Letters Policy

The Bulletin welcomes letters to the editor addressing topics covered in the magazine. Although criticism of the College and its policies is acceptable, no letters containing potentially libelous statements or personal attacks will be printed.

The editors reserve the final decision to publish and edit any letter—there is no guarantee that all letters received will be published.

All letters must be signed. The maximum length is 300 words. The editors reserve the right to edit letters for clarity and space. Writers may be asked to submit revised versions of letters or to approve editorial changes made by the Bulletin editor. After two issues, the debate on any topic will conclude. Some letters may be disseminated only on the Bulletin website, especially if there are many letters addressing a single topic. Views expressed in this magazine do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or the official views or policies of the College.

Letters may be mailed to Editor, Swarthmore College Bulletin, 500 College Ave., Swarthmore PA 19081-1390 or sent by email to bulletin@swarthmore.edu.