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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.
New releases by Swarthmoreans.
Poet Bill Ehrhart ’73 writes a tribute to his friend, Professor Emeritus Tom Bradley.
Go Garnet! Swarthmore’s men’s and women’s soccer teams celebrate a competitive season.
Samuel Hynes, a British literature scholar who taught at Swarthmore from 1949 to 1968, died Oct. 9 in Princeton, N.J.
Mattie Weiss ’01 and Camila Leiva ’09 were among a cohort of artists who collaborated on a 4,000-square-foot mural in Minneapolis.
Ecologist Terry Chapin ’66, H’16 was awarded the 2019 Volvo Environment Prize.
Preliminary designs for a new Dining and Community Commons were shared during town-hall meetings this fall.
Taylor Tucker ’20 researches how Black girls’ experiences of education are affected when a family member is in the criminal justice system.
Elizabeth Lindsey ’02 advances digital equity for Americans excluded from an increasingly tech-based society.
Many experiences have shaped me into the proud Afro-Latinx queer man I am today, writes Joel Green ’21.