On Nov. 13, Dr. Ellen Wu unpacked the model minority myth surrounding Asian Americans. She delves into the
stereotype more extensively in her book, “The Color of Success: Asian Americans and the Origins of the Model Minority.” Photo By: Ellen Wu
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By NOAH GOLDBERG | FEATURES
November 19, 2014, No comments

“Those Asian American Whiz Kids” is the title of the August 31st, 1987 cover story for Time Magazine. Six Asian American middle and high school students smile brightly with their […]

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By BETHAN JOHNSON | NEWS
November 19, 2014, No comments

This upcoming Sunday, Nov. 23, the Vassar Student Association will vote to determine if elected house officers will be required to follow behavioral expectations set by the Office of Residential […]

Professors take to the WVKR booth to explore their interests in music as well
as talk radio. Their shows feature a combination of interviews and musicality. Photo By:
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By MARYAM NORTON | ARTS
November 19, 2014, No comments

Thomas Hill is a Chaucher Scholar and one of Vassar’s art librarians. He also hosts The Library Café on WVKR 91.3 FM, making him one of the Vassar staff member […]

Vassar’s SAAC provides an avenue for student-athletes to reach out to the student body, and
organize fundraisers for charitable causes outside of campus, such as Friends of Jacylyn organization. Photo By: Jacob Gorski
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By AMREEN BHASIN | SPORTS
November 19, 2014, No comments

Communication is a necessary skill needed for teams to find success in sports, and at Vassar it is no different. The SAAC, or student-athlete advisory committee, is a committee comprised […]

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By THE EDITORS | OPINIONS
November 19, 2014, No comments

The Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) is a committee composed of various administrators and student leaders that is meant to act as a means of ensuring that students have the […]

Volunteer staffers sit near the Retreat waste bins that they have gathered together.
They hope to increase composting on campus by educating students about composting. Photo By: Emily Lavieri-Scull
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By ERIK HALBERG | FEATURES
November 12, 2014, No comments

Most meals at the Retreat are characterized by a last minute frantic dilemma of which bin to put your waste in, followed by a quick dumping of everything into just […]

  • On Nov. 13, Dr. Ellen Wu unpacked the model minority myth surrounding Asian Americans. She delves into the
stereotype more extensively in her book, “The Color of Success: Asian Americans and the Origins of the Model Minority.” Photo By: Ellen Wu
  • misc-twit-main
  • Professors take to the WVKR booth to explore their interests in music as well
as talk radio. Their shows feature a combination of interviews and musicality. Photo By:
  • Vassar’s SAAC provides an avenue for student-athletes to reach out to the student body, and
organize fundraisers for charitable causes outside of campus, such as Friends of Jacylyn organization. Photo By: Jacob Gorski
  • misc-twit-main
  • Volunteer staffers sit near the Retreat waste bins that they have gathered together.
They hope to increase composting on campus by educating students about composting. Photo By: Emily Lavieri-Scull

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