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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.
Swarthmoreans share their favorite recipes.
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.
The same year Joseph Selligman Jr. ’37 was a senior at Swarthmore, a group of right-wing Spanish army officers rose up against their country’s democratically elected government.
Swarthmore students have often turned their creative and intellectual powers to the commission of pranks.
So many Swarthmorean community members have found inspiration in all things appetizing.
Tristan Reader ’89 launched a community-based nonprofit, Tohono O’odham Community Action (TOCA).
By archiving her life's work and papers, Winifred Armstrong ’51 discovered new opportunities.
Caleb Ward ’07 seeks to better understand why moments of disruption matter so much.