The above map, which was compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center, shows
locations of post-election incidents of hate speech and hate crimes from Nov. 9-18. Courtesy of The Southern Poverty Law Center
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By LAUREL HENNEN VIGIL | NEWS
November 30, 2016, No comments

Following Donald Trump’s win in the presidential election on Nov. 8, a wave of hate crimes and hate speech has swept across the nation. On Tuesday, Nov. 22, Vassar became […]

Students attending and organizing the Thanksgiving dinner hosted at the
Meade family’s home pose together for a photo in the midst of the festivities. Photo courtesy of Vassar College/ Karl Rabe
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By ANDREA YANG | FEATURES
November 30, 2016, No comments

Short and nail-bitingly close to finals, Thanksgiving break is seldom festive for students spending the vacation on campus. International students and those who don’t want to spend half of their […]

“Grey Gardens: The Musical” was
performed in the Mug last week.
The show depicts the dysfunctional
relationship between Big and Little
Edie, relatives of Jackie Kennedy. Courtesy of Lindsay Matheos
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By KAITLIN PRADO | ARTS
November 30, 2016, No comments

Artists experience life on this campus in a way that is unique. Their work is involved, intensive and more often than not, it’s informed by ongoing collective efforts. While we […]

Junior Eric Lee prepares for match during the Matt Lampell Hudson River Invitational. With
undefeated record, the fencing team next competes in Sacred Heart Multi-Meet on Dec. 4. Courtesy of Carlisle Stockton
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By LINDSAY WOLK | SPORTS
November 30, 2016, No comments

Vassar men’s fencing has started the season incredibly strong, beating all 14 opponents handily. 12th-year Head Coach Bruce Gillman attributes their success thus far to the equal balance between the […]

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By THE EDITORS | OPINIONS
November 30, 2016, No comments

During his candidacy, President-elect Donald Trump made frightening statements about proposals to deport millions of immigrants. In addition to employing highly racist rhetoric that referred to Mexicans immigrants to America […]

Student org VFR, founded last year,
is working to cut down on food waste
at Vassar events. VFR determined
that students wasted 174 pounds of
food at the ACDC on a single night. By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson/The Miscellany News
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By JAKOB ECKSTEIN | FEATURES
November 30, 2016, No comments

Vassar Food Rescue(VFR) describes itself as a group of students dedicated to eliminating food insecurity by reducing food waste. Starting last year under the name “Just Food,” the org renamed […]

  • The above map, which was compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center, shows
locations of post-election incidents of hate speech and hate crimes from Nov. 9-18. Courtesy of The Southern Poverty Law Center
  • Students attending and organizing the Thanksgiving dinner hosted at the
Meade family’s home pose together for a photo in the midst of the festivities. Photo courtesy of Vassar College/ Karl Rabe
  • “Grey Gardens: The Musical” was
performed in the Mug last week.
The show depicts the dysfunctional
relationship between Big and Little
Edie, relatives of Jackie Kennedy. Courtesy of Lindsay Matheos
  • Junior Eric Lee prepares for match during the Matt Lampell Hudson River Invitational. With
undefeated record, the fencing team next competes in Sacred Heart Multi-Meet on Dec. 4. Courtesy of Carlisle Stockton
  • !misc-twit-main
  • Student org VFR, founded last year,
is working to cut down on food waste
at Vassar events. VFR determined
that students wasted 174 pounds of
food at the ACDC on a single night. By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson/The Miscellany News

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