February 11th, 2019
The College is again a top producer of Fulbright scholars for more than a decade; 10 recent alumni received grants last year.
January 22nd, 2019
In The Class Ceiling: Why it Pays to Be Privileged, Assistant Professor of Sociology Daniel Laurison '99 investigates the ambiguities of meritocracy in white-collar workers’ salaries in the United Kingdom.
January 29th, 2019
Students and alumni reflect on this year’s Extern Week, which sparked opportunities and insights while strengthening intergenerational bonds.
January 23rd, 2019
The Institute of Memory confronts the contemporary American audience with urgent questions about the larger spiritual and philosophical consequences of political terror, trauma, and privacy in the digital age.
January 23rd, 2019
Marshall Curry ’92’s film A Night at the Garden is in the running for Best Documentary Short, while Roma, executive produced by David Linde ’82, is one of eight films vying for Best Picture.
January 10th, 2019
Collaborating with statistician Steve C. Wang, a team of Swarthmore students presented their research on statistical paleontology at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America.
January 15th, 2019
The pioneering spirit and scientific legacy of astronomer Nancy Grace Roman '46 H'76, who died in Dece
December 19th, 2018
"It's my hope that by studying our visitors responses to the exhibitions, we might be able to understand something more about the brain and contribute to neuroscience itself," says Asher, a neuroscience researcher at the Peabody Essex Museum.
December 13th, 2018
Speaking to English majors and minors, Phillips trace her career path as a writer for The New Yorker, The Village Voice and many other publications.
December 12th, 2018
“It’s critical for there to be a place where people can access information that allows them access to greater opportunities,” says Cynthia Jetter ’74, who drove the creation of the College Access Center through her work at the College.
December 4th, 2018
“This is a chance for us to provide the community with a fresh and sustainable dining experience," says Anthony Coschignano, "and to offer students a vibrant place to have fun, relax, and connect with one another.”
December 3rd, 2018
The Hormel-Nguyen Intercultural Center, made possible by the generosity of James Hormel ’55 and Michael Nguyen ’08, deepens the College’s commitment to inclusivity and diversity.
November 30th, 2018
“It’s the only intergovernmental platform in the world where all nations can assemble and discuss how to adapt to and mitigate climate change,” says Eriko Shrestha ’19, one of six students making the trip to Poland.
November 21st, 2018
"Drugs, in an important way, made war," Andreas says in a new book, "and war, in turn, shaped drugs and made new drugs."
November 7th, 2018
Phil Weiser ’90 won the race for Colorado attorney general and Josh Green ’92 (left) won for Hawaii lieutenant governor.