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A Summer Apart

Though necessary, the past three months of physical distancing have been incredibly challenging for members of the Swarthmore family and around the world. We know that our community is separated and may continue to be apart for the foreseeable future. As difficult as that is, the essence of Swarthmore remains. 

We hope these early summer scenes of campus spaces remind you of the ties that bind us and bring you some small comfort in these times:  

Person sits in shade in scott amphitheater reading a book

Scott Outdoor Amphitheater

Kohlberg Hall underneath a blue sky with white clouds

Kohlberg Hall

Top of Parrish Hall in foreground, blue sky in background

Parrish Hall

Person sits on chair in middle of Parrish Beach reading a book

Parrish Beach

Tree branch with leaves in foreground, Crum creek in background

Crum Creek

Protestors stand with signs, including one that says "White Silence is Violence"

Area residents in the roundabout on Rt. 320, in front of the Inn at Swarthmore.

Singer Hall behind tree branch with leaves

Maxine Frank Singer '52 Hall

Rose garden with Parrish Hall in Background. Red and purple flowers in bloom.

Dean Bond Rose Garden

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