Reflecting on Our Past & Present: Three Generations of Swarthmore Men

Maurice Eldridge '61

Speakers included Vice President for College and Community Relations Maurice Eldridge '61 (left), Associate Professor of Political Science Keith Reeves '88, and Paul Cato '14.

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As part of Swarthmore's week-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, members of the Swarthmore community gathered in the Friends Meeting House to reflect on King's legacy and to discuss their own Swarthmore experiences. Speakers included Vice President for College and Community Relations Maurice Eldridge '61, Associate Professor of Political Science Keith Reeves '88, and Paul Cato '14, a religion major from Silver Spring, Md. Religious and Spiritual Life Advisor Joyce Tompkins introduced the Collection. The event culminated with a performance by the BCC Gospel Choir.