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Send in the clowns to show us who we are.
Running for president is our nation’s highest-stakes production.
How—and why—Swarthmoreans of all stripes stay politically active.
Scott "SCS" Samels ’99 is changing the world, one hip-hop hook at a time.
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.
Avian and otherwise, rare birds abound at Swarthmore.
Among the many roosting in the College’s Peace Collection is Horace Gundry Alexander, a world-famous
pacifist, Quaker, and adviser to Mahatma Gandhi.
Nowhere in the 14 boxes of papers by the Englishman who eventually moved to Swarthmore is there more passion than in the slim folder, “Writings re: birds.”