Sports and Statistics with Tushar Kundu ’17

Tushar is a senior who is an Economics and Statistics major. Tushar is the manager for the men’s basketball team, and he also works at the front desk of McCabe and for the Swarthmore Athletics Department. Can you tell me a bit about your interests and activities here at Swarthmore? Do you find that they … Continue reading Sports and Statistics with Tushar Kundu ’17

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Activism and Ideas with Matthew Stein ’20

Matthew Stein is a freshman from Windsor, New Jersey. We sat down and talked with him about politics, the importance of diversity of thought, and finding your way in a sometimes hostile environment. Tell us a little about yourself! I’m from West Windsor, NJ which is a town just outside of Princeton. I love politics, … Continue reading Activism and Ideas with Matthew Stein ’20

Radical Kindness with Bobby Zipp ’18

Bobby is a junior here at Swarthmore. He is the editor in chief of the Phoenix, a Student Academic mentor in DK, co-president of the Student Philanthropy Council, a campus tour guide, manager in Student Development office, on the Advisory Board for the Critical Education Policies Journal, a Coordinator of the Digital Humanities Reading Group/Steering … Continue reading Radical Kindness with Bobby Zipp ’18

Getting to Know San Fransisco with Charlotte Iwasaki ’18

Charlotte Iwasaki is a junior from Connecticut double majoring in Computer Science and Engineering. She is an RA in Willets, a mostly freshman dorm, and is finishing up her 3rd season on the Swarthmore Club Squash team. Her sophomore year she founded a cultural club called Hapa for students that identify as mixed race and Asian or Pacific … Continue reading Getting to Know San Fransisco with Charlotte Iwasaki ’18

Impromptu Marathons, a capella, and moving with Andrew Steele ’17

Andrew is a senior from Katy, Texas, and is an intern for the CIL. He has been a member of Offbeat, a student a capella group, worked at Salesforce in San Francisco this past summer, and is a four year member of the varsity swim team. You're really into athletics, and you've been a member … Continue reading Impromptu Marathons, a capella, and moving with Andrew Steele ’17

Theta and pursuing a special academic major with Eliana Cohen ’17

Eliana is a senior from Ridgefield, Connecticut, and is an intern for the CIL. She is involved in Theta, the one Swarthmore sorority, and was the Theta Chief Operating Officer. She was a tour guide, she gives information sessions to prospective students, and she works for Career Services as a Career Peer Advisor and as … Continue reading Theta and pursuing a special academic major with Eliana Cohen ’17

The Human Library and Swarthmore Conservative Society with Gilbert Guerra ’19

Gilbert is a sophomore and an intern for the CIL from Mississippi. We talked to him about his conception of leadership and his involvement in the Swarthmore Conservative Society and the Human Library. What do you think drew you to the Center for Innovation and what skills do you think you’ve developed as an intern? Well, … Continue reading The Human Library and Swarthmore Conservative Society with Gilbert Guerra ’19