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Phineas tells all.
Swarthmore's volleyball team are exceptional students, athletes, and student-athletes.
Ben Young ’09 finds meaning in neglected areas, like the underside of a table.
Maggie Regan ’14 looked into the pitch-black English Channel, took a deep breath, and jumped in.
Scott Arboretum-gifted plants and their proud parents.
Vanessa Meng ’19 and Adina Spertus-Melhus ’17 spearheaded a campus waste assessment.
Swarthmore College has committed to become a sanctuary campus for undocumented students and community members.
Quakers have always challenged gender norms, but in the 1770s, Jemima Wilkinson went further.
Patty Welch de Llosa ’54 shares a few self-fulfillment tips from her latest book, Finding Time for Your Self.
In the Yale Book of Quotations, only one entry cites a Swarthmore origin: “Like a fish without a bicycle,” attributed to Charles Harris ’59.