#crunkneverdies

#crunkneverdies

You’ve heard. Crunkfest is canceled this year. Adios vomlette, adieu naked macarena marathon, auf wiedersehen triathlon. Citing recent concerns…

A more complicated truth: understanding fat justice

SPJP responds to “Stand With Us” lecture

Why endowment policy needs community input

Leveraging institutional power

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Queering college history

Queering college history

Four alumni historians and current senior Ali Roseberry-Polier captivated a packed LPAC Cinema on Friday afternoon, thanks to Assistant…

The problem with Crum Creek Meander

In support of campus activists

Student Council marches on in its war on accountability

An unconstitutional violation of student press freedom

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Student Council defends changes to meeting, press policies

Student Council defends changes to meeting, press policies

To the editor, Student Council, which was referred to as Campus Council for much of this semester, would like to thank the Phoenix for its concern about the proposed change to reporting at our meetings.…

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Tasha Lewis ’12 unleashes multimedia street art swarm

Tasha Lewis ’12 unleashes multimedia street art swarm

It’s a testament to a globalized society when an art project can span the globe. In an attempt to involve people from all over the world, Swarthmore alumna…

Region

Crime rate rises in Swarthmore Borough

Crime rate rises in Swarthmore Borough

Students at the college may have noticed an increase in Public Safety’s Timely Warning Notifications regarding off-campus crime this semester.…

Spate of new skyscrapers set to redefine Phila. skyline

Spate of new skyscrapers set to redefine Phila. skyline

In recent months, four major new skyscrapers have been announced for Philadelphia — three in Center City and one in…

Book review: Planning Philadelphia

Book review: Planning Philadelphia

The usual rap on post-World War II city planners is that they ruined our cities with their highways and shopping…

American colleges and universities face controversy over municipal payments

American colleges and universities face controversy over municipal payments

In recent years, cities have implemented or are increasing the PILOTs — payments in lieu of taxes — paid by…

Universities, hospitals remake West Philadelphia

Universities, hospitals remake West Philadelphia

Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, located right across the Schuylkill River from Center City, is still in heavy use by Amtrak…

Students, local residents petition to keep rail line open

Students, local residents petition to keep rail line open

The wide-spread popularity of Sara Morell’s ‘15 petition objecting to the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s (SEPTA) proposed 2015 suspension of…

SEPTA says it may shutter local rail line in 2015

SEPTA says it may shutter local rail line in 2015

As part of a proposed “Service Realignment Plan” released several weeks ago by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority officials, service on…

Town Center West awaits approval to move forward

Town Center West awaits approval to move forward

The construction of a new softball field closer to Palmer Residence Hall may have people wondering what will replace the…