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Chicago Alumni Bowling League
10/26/2014
12:00 PM
1:30 PM
This event recurs on Sunday every week until 11/23/2014.

Are you tired of always hearing about Oberlin and UC San Diego and Wichita State and their elite alumni bowling teams? Well now there is a chance to put Swarthmore Alumni Bowling on the map!

Better Off Bowling is a co-ed social bowling league for young professionals that runs on Sunday afternoons during the Fall.  The league is filled with young professionals along with a number of other school alum groups and usually have ~400 participants.  Better Off Bowling contacted us hoping we would be interested in getting a team or two together (does not have to be all alums though).  Registration ends early October, and the league starts rolling October 19th!

As Garnet alums, we get $25 off the regular registration price (Email
alumni@swarthmore.edu for the DISCOUNT CODE!)

You can get more info or see pics at their season page here: 
 http://wwww.betteroffbowling.com/chicago

It's a great way to hang out with old friends, and meet new ones, plus a great after bowling bar scene with drink specials, bar games, board games like Cards Against Humanity and Jenga along with NFL games on all the TVs.

Details:

- $63, with discount code, for 6 weeks of bowling (includes rental shoes, drink specials, etc in addition to the bowling)
- Bowl at Lucky Strike at 
322 E Illinois St.
Sunday Afternoons (Oct 19Oct 26Nov 2Nov 9Nov 16Nov 23)

Signup / Get Info: 

1)  Go to www.BetterOffBowling.com/chicago
2)  Click on Register button to pay/get registered
3)  Join as an individual/small group, or create a team of your own and invite friends via Facebook or email!


alumni@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8402
Chicago, IL
Alumni Relations Office
10/26/2014
Conversations of Purpose in Houston
11/20/2014
6:30 PM
8:30 PM

Conversations of Purpose

Join us as a panel of Swarthmore faculty, administrators, and alumni come together for a discussion prompted by Swarthmore College: A Community of Purpose.

The cornerstones of a Swarthmore education today are the same as they were 150 years ago: academic rigor, social responsibility, community, and commitment to the physical campus. Hear the panelists reflect on their individual Swarthmore experiences and then join the conversation as we look ahead to the future. How will Swarthmore’s particular kind of education continue to inform our lives into the future and will these same four cornerstones sustain us for the next 150 years?


November 20, 2014

Omni Houston Hotel
Four Riverway
Houston, Texas 77056

The panel will begin at 6:30 p.m. A reception will follow.

Moderator:
Constance Cain Hungerford, interim president, Swarthmore College

Panelists:
K. David Harrison , associate professor of linguistics, Swarthmore College
Vasya Dostionov ‘01, senior consultant, Gartner, Inc.
Sabrina Martinez ‘92, engineering university recruiting lead, Conoco Phillips
 

Kindly R.S.V.P. to Julie DiPietro at alumni@swarthmore.edu, or call 610-328-8402 by Friday, November 14th.

alumni@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8402
Off Campus
Alumni Relations Office
11/20/2014
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