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See the   Contacts & Information    page for links to current informaton on Social Media (i.e. Facebook) and email Discussion Groups for Swarthmore College Alumni.

Here is an interview at the Guinness World Records office in New York
with our classmate Lynn West Salvo, who had just set the record for
"Oldest person to cross America by bicycle (female)" at the age of 67.

You can also view the mini-documentary that Lynn made prior to her record-setting ride.
Here she looks at the challenges and resolution in setting the record.



T-shirt cartoon by Dan Wasserman
Items posted here on our website include
notes from our 45th Reunion,
photos from our 40th Reunion, and
a list of concerts that were held on campus
during our years as students.

What else should we be doing with this website?
Let us know at submit@swarthmore71.org



Don Mizell '71 won the Grammy Award for 2005 Album of the Year as a producer of the Ray Charles album Genius Loves Company. At a special presentation at the Black Cultural Center during the Sesquicentennial All-Alumni Reunion Weekend in early June, 2014, Don presented his Grammy to the College for the Black Cultural Center. In his presentation, Don explained why he feels that he would not have won the Grammy had it not been for the College. Click on the picture below to see the presentation.






Ken Giles '71, music teacher at Shepherd Elementary School in Washington, D.C., helped created this concert: