Swarthmore College and Borough Police have teamed up for a pilot program testing the practicality of outfitting police cars with solar panels.
While some arboretums do close for the winter, the Scott Arboretum, which covers the 300 acres of Swarthmore College, is open year-round.
The Fire Marshal of Swarthmore Borough confirms a lightning strike hit a building on the campus of Swarthmore College Thursday morning.
Women’s-rights attorney Gloria Allred says federal complaints have been filed against four U.S. colleges over how the colleges handle rape allegations.
Advocates have testimony from 22 victims who said their reports of assault were ignored by the college.
How do colleges confront the costs of college without affecting quality? In these difficult economic times, there are some good examples.
Swarthmore College has received a $20 million gift to increase financial aid and help renovate campus facilities, school officials announced Saturday.
Swarthmore finishes with a19-6 record and for the first time since 04-05, they are headed to the Centennial Conference playoffs.
A hall in Swarthmore College was evacuated due to a chemical smell Saturday afternoon.
The $50 million gift is from philanthropist Eugene Lang, Swarthmore Class of 1938 and an entrepreneur who has paid for the college education of 15,000 students through his “I Have A Dream” Foundation.
Three Pennsylvania college students studying in Rome are recovering from injuries suffered in a melee instigated by Italian soccer fans.
Nearly 80 years after women at Swarthmore College voted to ban sororities because they were too exclusive, a group of female students will reinstate Greek life this spring after weathering months of polarizing debate on campus.
According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, a spot on the waitlist at an elite college doesn’t mean you’re closer to the finish line. The odds aren’t good!
Reforming public education is not a phantom or a mirage, according to a Swarthmore College grad. It can be done and the secret is not money.
Sororities at Swarthmore were banned nearly 80 years ago for discriminating against Jews. But now, a small group of coeds wants to bring them back.