The Vassar Debate Society sent Hannah Matsunaga ‘16, Sophia Pitcairn ‘16 and Max Moran ‘16 to the Worlds Debate
Tournament in Malaysia over Winter Break. The three debaters competed against students from over 90 nations. Photo By: Max Moran
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By SARAH SANDLER | FEATURES
January 28, 2015, No comments

Many college students’ winter breaks include some sort of travelling, whether to a foreign country, or just somewhere a train ride or road trip away. Less often does this almost […]

The Vassar Student Organizers’ letter, sent via email, serves as a potential outlet through which
disillusioned students can communicate their dissatisfaction with the upper level Administration. Photo By: Sam Pianello
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By PALAK PATEL AND RHYS JOHNSON | NEWS
January 28, 2015, No comments

On January 26, a letter was disseminated to the campus community via email which called for a major change in the upper levels of administration at Vassar. The letter, authored […]

Emma Gregoline ’15 blends passion for art and love of writing to create a graphic essay for her senior thesis. Pulling
from favorite authors and class work at Vassar, she created learned and created graphic novel style and content. Photo By: Emma Gregoline
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By EMMA ROSENTHAL | ARTS
January 28, 2015, No comments

When many Vassar students hear “graphic novel,” they immediately think Fun Home by Alison Bechdel. Now, there is a new graphic novelist on Vassar’s campus–and she’s a student. Emma Gregoline […]

Callahan (left) and Shultis (right) bring a wealth of experience and experiences to their new
positions. Callahan looks to improve intramurals while Shultis brings unique experience. Photo By: Vassar College Athletics
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By ERIK QUINSON | SPORTS
January 28, 2015, No comments

This semester Vassar Athletics is joined by two new faces. Mike Callahan will be coming in as the assistant director of Athletics for Sports and Recreation, while the training room […]

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By THE EDITORS | OPINIONS
January 28, 2015, No comments

Just before the semester began, Juniors returning from study abroad received an unpleasant surprise from the Office of Residential Life. On Jan. 13, Residential Life sent an email explaining that […]

Many juniors returning from abroad argue that the lack of the available single rooms that Residential
Life guaranteed them is an indication of departmental incompetence, as well as a sign of disrespect. Photo By: Vassar College ResLife
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By NOBLE INGRAM | NEWS
January 28, 2015, No comments

On Jan. 15, Vassar students returning to campus in the spring semester received an email from the Office of Residential Life explaining that, although traditionally returning juniors could expect to […]

  • The Vassar Debate Society sent Hannah Matsunaga ‘16, Sophia Pitcairn ‘16 and Max Moran ‘16 to the Worlds Debate
Tournament in Malaysia over Winter Break. The three debaters competed against students from over 90 nations. Photo By: Max Moran
  • The Vassar Student Organizers’ letter, sent via email, serves as a potential outlet through which
disillusioned students can communicate their dissatisfaction with the upper level Administration. Photo By: Sam Pianello
  • Emma Gregoline ’15 blends passion for art and love of writing to create a graphic essay for her senior thesis. Pulling
from favorite authors and class work at Vassar, she created learned and created graphic novel style and content. Photo By: Emma Gregoline
  • Callahan (left) and Shultis (right) bring a wealth of experience and experiences to their new
positions. Callahan looks to improve intramurals while Shultis brings unique experience. Photo By: Vassar College Athletics
  • misc-twit-main
  • Many juniors returning from abroad argue that the lack of the available single rooms that Residential
Life guaranteed them is an indication of departmental incompetence, as well as a sign of disrespect. Photo By: Vassar College ResLife

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