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Honoring the Waksman Foundation for Microbiology.
Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot ’66 was inspired by lifelong learning.
Eleanor Glewwe ’12 creates worlds while improving this one.
New resources and the legacy of Coach Ernie Prudente = exciting baseball times.
Barney Rosset '44 won "celebrated First Amendment slugfests against censorship."
David Gelber ’63, John Goldman ’71, and Anna Deavere Smith earned honorary degrees.
Marie Rousseau ’12 runs an open mic for women, trans and or non-binary poets and musicians.
Generations of Swarthmoreans have been shaped by the late Gene Lang ’38, H’81's generosity.
Jeanette Strasser Pfaff ’60's columns shine a new light on aging.
Charles Miller ’59 is curating his literary legacy.