Pictured above, a student restores the sarcophagus of the mummy that lives in the basement of the Loeb.
While the Loeb displays ever-changing exhibits, down below these artifacts hang around for years. Photo By: Julie MacDonald
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By MEGAN FORSTER | FEATURES
April 15, 2015, No comments

It is finally spring at Vassar. After a particularly brutal winter, students are choosing the quad and the Retreat patio over indoor spaces, long boards have risen from the depths, […]

Former Safety and Security Officer Kemar Williams reignited controversy this week over the subject of his termination,
declaring in an online video posted by the Student/Labor Dialogue that he would never consider working at Vassar again. Photo By: Vassar Student/Labor Dialogue
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By RHYS JOHNSON | NEWS
April 15, 2015, No comments

On Sunday, April 8, the Vassar Student/Labor Dialogue (SLD) posted a video of recently-terminated Safety and Security officer Kemar Williams on their official Facebook page. The video features Williams’ thoughts […]

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, a author and Nobel Prize nominee, will be coming to Vassar to deliver a
lecture called “Decolonizing the Mind: Are We There Yet?” which addresses postcolonial theory. Photo By: Daniel A. Anderson
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By YIFAN WANG | ARTS
April 15, 2015, No comments

What does it feel like to abandon the language one’s been writing and thinking in for decades and turn to another one? Acclaimed author Ngugi Wa Thiong’o probably has an […]

The men’s rugby team showed guts and teamwork en route to winning the Tri-State Conference 7’s tournament this past
Sunday, going 6-0 on the day. The men now look to travel to Denver, Colorado for the National Tournament in late May. Photo By: Vassar Athletics
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By AMREEN BHASIN | SPORTS
April 15, 2015, No comments

The men’s rugby team showed guts and teamwork en route to winning the Tri-State Conference 7’s tournament this past Sunday, going 6-0 on the day. The men now look to […]

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By THE EDITORS | OPINIONS
April 15, 2015, No comments

Last Saturday, April 11, Sustainable Hudson Valley met at Vassar for its Spring Conference to discuss building the region’s “blue economy,” addressing questions about how to make the Hudson Valley’s […]

In its second year, the Privilege Campaign featured portraits of students and faculty with text over their
faces naming their privileges. They are currently displayed on the second floor of the College Center. Photo By: Sam Pianello
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By MARIE SOLIS w/PALAK PATEL | FEATURES
April 8, 2015, No comments

Check your privilege. It’s a neat catchphrase thrown around as reminder that some of us were born with advantages others are systematically denied. It’s easy to say, but keeping our […]

  • Pictured above, a student restores the sarcophagus of the mummy that lives in the basement of the Loeb.
While the Loeb displays ever-changing exhibits, down below these artifacts hang around for years. Photo By: Julie MacDonald
  • Former Safety and Security Officer Kemar Williams reignited controversy this week over the subject of his termination,
declaring in an online video posted by the Student/Labor Dialogue that he would never consider working at Vassar again. Photo By: Vassar Student/Labor Dialogue
  • Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, a author and Nobel Prize nominee, will be coming to Vassar to deliver a
lecture called “Decolonizing the Mind: Are We There Yet?” which addresses postcolonial theory. Photo By: Daniel A. Anderson
  • The men’s rugby team showed guts and teamwork en route to winning the Tri-State Conference 7’s tournament this past
Sunday, going 6-0 on the day. The men now look to travel to Denver, Colorado for the National Tournament in late May. Photo By: Vassar Athletics
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  • In its second year, the Privilege Campaign featured portraits of students and faculty with text over their
faces naming their privileges. They are currently displayed on the second floor of the College Center. Photo By: Sam Pianello

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