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Philadelphia: How can you defend the honor of your alma mater, put your storehouse of arcane and sometimes useful information to good use, and have a great evening, all at the same time? Quizzo, of course! The combined team of Yale and Swarthmore lost in an extra tie-break round against Harvard, but a good time was had by all.

Tucson, Ariz.:
The Tucson Connection Book Group is still going strong. Among recent books under discussion were Joseph Nye’s The Future of Power and Michael Gruber’s The Good Son. For more information, contact Laura Markowitz at

Washington, D.C.: The Swarthmore alumni community in Washington, D.C., invites all area alums to attend a happy hour downstairs at the Laughing Man Tavern at 6 p.m. on the first Friday of every month. The tavern is located at 1306 G Street Northwest, close to the Metro Center. Be sure to spread the word to other alumni and friends of the College, and feel free to contact Wuryati Morris at if you have suggestions for alumni events in the future.

Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Connection continues its busy schedule this fall. Associate Professor of Anthropology Farha Ghannam spoke on “Egypt and the Arab Spring,” and the Connection celebrated Halloween with “Terror Behind the Walls,” a visit to Eastern State Penitentiary. At the end of the month, they will joined the campus community for the Student and Alumni Composers Concert organized by Deborah How ’89 (Learn more). In mid-November, Connection members are invited to an insiders’ tour of the Brandywine River Museum. Contact Philly Connection chair Jim Moskowitz ’88 for more information.

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