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By ANIKA LANSER AND EMMA JONES | NEWS
January 11, 2017, No comments

After an eight-month national search for Vassar’s next president, the College has named Elizabeth Howe Bradley as Catharine Bond Hill’s successor. Bradley, chosen from a pool of over 200 candidates, […]

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By LAUREL HENNIN VIGIL | NEWS
December 7, 2016, No comments

At Vassar—an institution founded by and for (and in many ways, still dominated by) the wealthy, white, able-bodied and cisgender—students who fall outside these categories often need to make a […]

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By ANDREA YANG | FEATURES
December 7, 2016, No comments

On the night of Dec. 2, student comedy troupe Vassar Improv presented their last show of the fall semester. The event’s description read, “For 99 Nights of improv by the […]

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By ELENA SCHULTZ | ARTS
December 7, 2016, No comments

Although “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” remains an unwavering staple to the theatrical canon after four centuries, the Experimental Theater was undaunted in its quest to uniquely reinterpret the classic play […]

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By FIONA MACLEOD | SPORTS
December 7, 2016, No comments

This past Saturday, Dec. 3, both the men and women of Vassar’s swimming and diving program ventured to Rochester, NY to compete in the Liberty League Championships. The men held […]

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By THE EDITORS | OPINIONS
December 7, 2016, No comments

On Nov. 23, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump announced that billionaire education lobbyist Betsy DeVos would be his administration’s nominee for Secretary of Education. An adamant proponent of charter schools, DeVos […]

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