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New releases by Swarthmoreans.
Poet Bill Ehrhart ’73 writes a tribute to his friend, Professor Emeritus Tom Bradley.
Go Garnet! Swarthmore’s men’s and women’s soccer teams celebrate a competitive season.
Samuel Hynes, a British literature scholar who taught at Swarthmore from 1949 to 1968, died Oct. 9 in Princeton, N.J.
Mattie Weiss ’01 and Camila Leiva ’09 were among a cohort of artists who collaborated on a 4,000-square-foot mural in Minneapolis.
Ecologist Terry Chapin ’66, H’16 was awarded the 2019 Volvo Environment Prize.
Preliminary designs for a new Dining and Community Commons were shared during town-hall meetings this fall.
Taylor Tucker ’20 researches how Black girls’ experiences of education are affected when a family member is in the criminal justice system.
Elizabeth Lindsey ’02 advances digital equity for Americans excluded from an increasingly tech-based society.
Many experiences have shaped me into the proud Afro-Latinx queer man I am today, writes Joel Green ’21.