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The spring issue of the Bulletin was mailed in late April and began arriving in the homes of alumni and parents around the world. Amid the disruption brought about by COVID-19, we are aware that some alumni have not yet received the spring issue due to delays with the USPS. We thank you in advance for your patience if you are waiting for your issue.
Celebrating new releases by Swarthmoreans.
We plan to tell the tales of Swarthmore — a community that even in the most dire of circumstances continues to change the world.
At Swarthmore, students are motivated to change the world, says Gil Kemp ’72.
Frances Halsband ’65 reimagined a surgery center for Ugandan patients.
New releases by Swarthmoreans.
“My life has really been marked by opportunity,” says Asahi Pompey ’94.
From New York to Ghana, Swarthmore alumni are changing the world, writes President Valerie Smith.
“Perhaps to lose a sense of where you are implies the danger of losing a sense of who you are.”
“Everything flows and nothing abides; everything gives way and nothing stays fixed.”