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Bob ’65 and Jonah Eaton ’02’s dreamboat finally sails off into the sunset ...
Washington, D.C., startup TechChange, founded by Nick Martin ’04, hosted a Swattie Summer Gathering in mid-July.
William Oglesby "W.O." Soyars, Class of 1914, would be satisfied that Abigail Soyars Henderson ’15 will graduate from Swarthmore in December.
Rebecca Chopp’s presidential mettle encountered its first major test shortly after her arrival in 2009. It came courtesy of what would one day be known as the Great Recession. Chopp’s resolve to put people first drove her response to the financial crisis facing the nation. The College made changes, as did all institutions. But at Swarthmore, no employee was furloughed. Nor did the College diminish its financial aid commitments to students.
Chopp, who left in mid-July to become chancellor at the University of Denver, had a far-reaching impact as Swarthmore’s 14th president and the first female leader ...
Files stolen from the FBI’s Office in Media, Pa., by burglars calling themselves the Citizens Commission to Investigate the FBI revealed that the agency had been spying on Swarthmore students and faculty members with the help of College employees as well as the Swarthmore’s borough’s chief of police, postmaster, and letter carriers.
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Kim Comer ’09, a logistician for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), assists with MSF’s anti-malaria efforts in Chad ...
Oct. 31, during Garnet Homecoming and Family Weekend, five former student-athletes and one of the College's most dominant teams will be enshrined in the Garnet Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Swarthmore Board of Managers welcomed five members at its September meeting.
In August, Swarthmore athletes kicked around Europe—literally. the Swarthmore men’s soccer visited the Czech Republic while the women’s soccer team visited Spain.
Perched on the edge of Crum Woods is a 10-by-10-foot cabin with a view of a particularly striking oxbow (U-shaped bend) in Crum Creek.