Swarthmore

Swarthmore may refer to:

  • Swarthmoor Hall, historic Quaker site in Cumbria, England
  • Swarthmoor, a village from which the above gets its name
  • Swarthmore Lecture an annual lecture given during Britain Yearly Meeting
  • Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, a borough in Pennsylvania
  • Swarthmore College, a liberal arts college in Pennsylvania
    • List of Swarthmore College people, a private, independent, liberal arts college located in the borough of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
  • Swarthmore (SEPTA station), a railroad station
  • Swarthmore High School, a secondary school (now closed) in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
  • Free Culture Swarthmore
  • Swarthmore Education Centre, an open and inclusive centre for lifelong learning founded by members of the Quaker movement in 1909

Other articles related to "swarthmore":

Swarthmore High School
... Swarthmore High School was a four-year public high school in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania serving the Boroughs of Swarthmore and Rutledge ... Swarthmore established its own independent school district when Swarthmore Borough incorporated in 1893 ... The Swarthmore and Rutledge School Districts merged in 1955 ...
George Pfann - Head Coaching Record
... Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Swarthmore Garnet Tide (Independent) 1931 Swarthmore 1–6 1932 Swarthmore 2–5 1933 Swarthmore 2–4–1 1934 Swarthmore 2–5 1935 ...
Margaret H. Lippert - Early Life and Career
... Margaret matriculated at Swarthmore College in 1960 ... During her years at Swarthmore, she was active in the civil rights movement, traveling to Tennessee to register black voters there ... After graduating from Swarthmore in 1964, Margaret volunteered for two years with the American Friends Service Committee ...
Swarthmore Lecture
... Swarthmore Lecture is one of a series of lectures, started in 1908, addressed to Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) ... of public addresses to be known as the Swarthmore Lectures ... of the Society of Friends.” The name “Swarthmore” was chosen in memory of the home of Margaret Fox, which was always open to the earnest seeker after Truth, and from which loving words of sympathy and ...