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By EILIS DONOHUE | NEWS
July 27, 2016, No comments

After a decade of service as Vassar’s tenth President, Catharine Bond Hill will be taking her dedication to accessible, affordable higher education in a different direction. Earlier this year, on […]

Faculty members recently proposed a rebalancing of the academic curriculum
that will allow students to personalize their studies and diversify their schedule. Photo by Emma Jones
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By EILIS DONOHUE | NEWS
May 29, 2016, No comments

As another semester draws to a close, faculty and students alike find themselves ready to embrace a change that would reduce the intense workload they all face each semester. In […]

Over the past spring break, students and faculty visited China to study the environmental
consequences of the country’s rapid industrial development and explore potential solutions. Photo courtesy of the Vassar College Office of Communications
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By ZANDER BASHAW | FEATURES
May 29, 2016, No comments

As the most populous country in the world, China’s rapid industrialization has had massive effects on both the global economy and the environment. This past spring break, a group of […]

Simeon Busano’s ’16 thesis was performed on May 7 in the Alumni House. The
performance reimagined a Chinese piece and made a space for new voices. Photo courtesy of Simeon Busano
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By ELENA SCHULTZ | ARTS
May 29, 2016, No comments

Written in 1934, Cao Yu’s “Thunderstorm,” has become a staple in Chinese dramatic literature. The plot grapples with unsettling themes of revenge, incest and class disparity, and continues to captivate […]

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By TALYA PHELPS | NEWS
May 29, 2016, No comments

Spring is a time of change at Vassar: leaves and flowers pop, executive boards turn over, and another crop of seniors takes their last finals and moves out for the […]

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By HANNA MCGUIRE | SPORTS
May 29, 2016, No comments

Graduating senior Zach Rippe played varsity rugby in his time at Vassar. Rippe was a captain of the men’s team this year and also served as Sports Editor for The Miscellany […]

  • by Ashley Pecorelli-26236681376
  • Faculty members recently proposed a rebalancing of the academic curriculum
that will allow students to personalize their studies and diversify their schedule. Photo by Emma Jones
  • Over the past spring break, students and faculty visited China to study the environmental
consequences of the country’s rapid industrial development and explore potential solutions. Photo courtesy of the Vassar College Office of Communications
  • Simeon Busano’s ’16 thesis was performed on May 7 in the Alumni House. The
performance reimagined a Chinese piece and made a space for new voices. Photo courtesy of Simeon Busano
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