Political Scientist Rick Valelly '75 Joins in Opposing Court Challenge to Voting Rights Act Enforcement
by Celina De Léon | Posted on February 27, 2013
"Given our nation's history," Valelly says, "we need to sustain a national commitment to protecting these rights."
Posted on February 25, 2013
Diane Anderson, associate dean for academic affairs, isn't surprised at the results. "[Our students] can be challenging to teach sometimes because they ask wonderful questions and they don't duck when you challenge them."
by Celina De Léon | Posted on February 21, 2013
Addy (left), Cary, and Zoellick will join approximately 350 undergraduates in receiving degrees at the ceremony this June, the College's 141st.
by Camila Ryder '13 | Posted on February 15, 2013
Roxanne Morris '15 (left) and Ariel Parker '15 showcased their findings on the universal stress protein in E. coli at one of the largest conferences for research in biomedical and behavioral science.
by Camila Ryder '13 | Posted on February 8, 2013
Green, an assistant professor in history and politics at Drexel University, focuses on human rights and armed conflict in her research.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on February 7, 2013
Goossen's collection includes more than 80 books on Mennonite history, providing a unique glimpse into his own past.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on February 4, 2013
Forrester received the Chiasmus of the Month Award from the self-described "premier journal in the neglected field of satirical linguistics."
by Celina De Léon | Posted on February 1, 2013
"I not only got the opportunity to critically engage with other students," says Shelly Wen '15 of co-teaching an ethnic studies class, "but also to take a leadership role."
Posted on January 15, 2013
The students in Assistant Professor of Engineering Matt Zucker's mobile robotics class got into the competitive spirit as their robots faced off.
by Camila Ryder '13 | Posted on January 15, 2013
Established over 80 years ago, the Swarthmore College Peace Collection is one of the world's most preeminent archives that focuses solely on movements for peace.
by Zach Epstein | Posted on December 20, 2012
Created by students in Logan Grider's first-year Making Art seminar, the full-size, 3D replica is on display through Jan. 3, 2013, in the Lang Performing Arts Center lobby.
Posted on December 18, 2012
Cortnie Belser '15 is one of six new Lang Opportunity Scholars whose social action projects will take them around the world.
By Erin Kelly | Posted on December 13, 2012
The Tolkien scholar crafted 16 riddles for Warner Brothers' promotion of The Hobbit, which opens Dec. 14.
by Jay Stephens '13 | Posted on December 11, 2012
Armus, whose research focuses largely on the history of disease, is the first person to be recognized by the ministry for work in the humanities and social sciences.
by Mark Anskis | Posted on December 5, 2012
Maxted is the eighth Academic All-American Division III first team selection in College history and the men's soccer team's first All-American goalkeeper since Roger Pott '51.