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New books by Swarthmoreans.
Humor’s always been a Swarthmore standby.
Dana Lyons ’82 says every setback teaches us something.
Samantha Gottlieb ’00 on the marketing of the HPV vaccine Gardasil.
Greeting card maven Sabrina Moyle ’96 on empire-building.
Jay Martin Anderson ’60 wants his grandkids to be lifelong bikers.
Failure comes in many mutable forms: A lost job. A burned pie. A cloud of ravenous aphids devouring a prized rose bush in midsummer.
Kirk Daulerio ’95 is using artificial intelligence to help college students.
In the months before JFK was killed, a Quaker woman shared her heart—and her home—with Oswald’s wife.
Lessons from Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon ’12’s past inspire her teaching.