Swarthmore Student Dies In Fall In Wooded Section Of CampusA Swarthmore College student has died after accidentally falling off a cliff in a wooded section at the back of the school's suburban Philadelphia campus.
Swarthmore College Inaugurates First African American PresidentSwarthmore College is celebrating the installation of its first African American president Saturday.
Two Free Tours At Scott ArboretumThere’s a free tour tonight at the Scott Arboretum and another one tomorrow morning.
Swarthmore College Taps Princeton Dean As New PresidentSwarthmore officials announced Saturday that Valerie Smith will begin leading the small liberal arts school near Philadelphia on July 1.
Gamechanger: John AlstonTwenty years ago, Dr. John Alston started the Chester Children's Chorus with seven boys and a dream.
Look Forward To Spring At Free Lecture On 'Perennials With Pizzazz'If you’ve already had enough of winter, here’s a chance to look ahead to spring and all the pretty perennials you can soon be planting.
Grow Your Own PeoniesPeonies are certainly among the most popular flowers of all, and this weekend you can learn how to grow them from seed at Swarthmore College.
Swarthmore College Alums Celebrate Schools 150th AnniversarySwarthmore College is celebrating its 150th anniversary this weekend.
Professional Cycler To Attend Graduation And Ride In Cycling Classic On Same DayFirst he will head to commencement at Swarthmore College, and then he will follow that up by riding in the Philly Cycling Classic.
Swarthmore, Temple Caught in Federal Probe of Campus Security The US Department of Education says inclusion on the list "in no way indicates" an institution has violated Title IX, prohibiting sex discrimination, but it's releasing the list of places it is investigating to "foster better public awareness."
Judge To Decide Whether Local College Should Be Allowed Liquor License A Delaware County judge is being asked to decide on whether Swarthmore College should be allowed a liquor license as part of a hotel it plans to build on campus. A group of residents wants to uphold its tradition as a dry town.
Road To Future May Run Through Swarthmore College EngineersA team of Swarthmore students leave today for Houston to test their concept vehicle at a competition.