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Advice to Mountain Justice supporters

Advice to Mountain Justice supporters

Last week’s editorial was a ringing endorsement for Mountain Justice’s calls for escalation. The Phoenix’s editorial board joined in the popular criticism of the Board of Managers, describing Mountain Justice as a group of students…

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Adventures in potato: A Sharples love experience

Adventures in potato: A Sharples love experience

Sometime around the end of my sophomore year, I stopped eating Sharples food regularly, and started doing weird things, like…

Dorks on drugs acquire through friends, use safely and widely, disappointed by stigma

Dorks on drugs acquire through friends, use safely and widely, disappointed by stigma

Are Swatties druggies? Few tour guides will give you a breakdown of their institution’s drug usage, and to many, the…

The BCC: a hard-earned space for everyone

The BCC: a hard-earned space for everyone

It is an ordinary Sunday night in Robinson House, also known as the Black Cultural Center, on the corner of…

Remembering and rewriting: fashion and narrative

Remembering and rewriting: fashion and narrative

  Leila Selchaif ’18 made a comment to our fiction class a few days ago about how plot can sometimes…

How to cross the great, big boring sex divide

How to cross the great, big boring sex divide

For many at a school like Swarthmore, the end goal is to get hitched for good. After all, few things…

Remembering the origins of struggle, change

Remembering the origins of struggle, change

From 1968 to 1972, the Black student protest movement reached more than 500 American colleges and universities. Students across the…

Oral histories project captures the past

Campus Journal Oral Histories “What’s the story that you’d like to tell?” asked Jasmyne Kim ’17. Two recording booths had…

Amada in Philly’s Old City was ritzy, rich, and really pricey

Tapas, for those sad souls among you who’ve never had it, is a type of Spanish cuisine originating in Andalusian…