Celebrating Reunion at Home
Whether you simply miss campus or are looking for something fun to do, these virtual resources and Reunion activities allow you to experience Swarthmore as it is today, feel a little nostalgic, and celebrate Swarthmore whenever and wherever you want!
Join the staff of the Scott Arboretum for these virtual, prerecorded tours, and enjoy the beauty of campus from the comfort of your home.
Join Swarthmore College librarians on a virtual walking tour of campus to learn about the families behind some of Swarthmore's most familiar landmarks — such as Parrish, Magill, and Clothier. We'll explore their connections to abolitionism, African-American education, and the Underground Railroad, and discuss how these legacies relate to Swarthmore College's efforts across time to create a diverse and inclusive environment.
Join Hojin Park, Buddhist spiritual advisor for the Swarthmore College Interfaith Center, for this mediation workshop. This workshop was recorded on Oct. 29, 2020.
The first issue of the Swarthmore Phoenix was published in December 1881. The Phoenix student newspaper is published weekly during the academic year and features news articles, sports highlights, and opinions, all submitted by the students of Swarthmore College. You can search by keyword or year in these archives. Who knows, you might even find a photo of yourself or an article you wrote or are quoted in!
Step back in time and take a look through the pages of your yearbook. To find your yearbook, search by your class year in the search bar.
A great way to connect with classmates between virtual reunion events is through a phone call or email. The Swarthmore Alumni Online Community is a great resource for finding and connecting with classmates. You can search by class year, activity, current location, and more. Learn more about the Swarthmore Alumni Online Community.
Reunion in a Box
Receive a little bit of Swarthmore in your mailbox. More details about this opportunity will be available in early March.
Acts of Service
Harness the power of the Swarthmore community to contribute to your own local or virtual community by finding and committing to service opportunities. More details will be available soon.