Day: March 27, 2013

Rash of intersession complaints prompts ResLife action

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 6 years ago

For the residents of Noyes, spring break often involves cleaning and preparing their rooms for incoming guests. While Noyes residents surely expect this to happen year in and year out,…

Gallagher wins annual Swartz Seven Playwriting Award

By EMMA DANIELS – 6 years ago

About her play, American Soldier, Erin Gallagher ’13 quipped: “I started out writing it for an English seminar in playwriting last year and have since returned to it. I think…

Off-campus hotspots for afternoon getaway

By CARMEN REINICKE – 6 years ago

While exceptions are made for trips to Bacio and Babycakes, the average Vassar student spends way more time within the bubble than outside of it. For students with cars it…

Steubenville, OH case reveals rape culture in America

By ANGELLA DELLA CROCE – 6 years ago

She was “like a dead body.” Many of us are already quite familiar with the Steubenville, Ohio rape case, where two teens—Trent Mays, 17, and Ma’lik Richmond, 16—raped a 16-year-old…

Men’s lax rooted in young talent

By CHRISTIAN LA DU – 6 years ago

Vassar Men’s Lacrosse enters the Liberty League portion of their season at 3-5, and the squad is growing as the year progresses. With a roster sporting only one senior and…

NO-GO campaign ignores social harms of fossil fuels

By NOAH BOGDONOFF – 6 years ago

In a recent email to the VSA and other student groups, the Moderate, Independent & Conservative Alliance (MICA) declared its intent to launch a fossil fuel investment campaign dubbed NO-GO.…

Cost of Vassar education to top $72,000

By BETHAN JOHNSON & NOBLE INGRAM – 6 years ago

On March 20, Vice President for Finance and Administration, Betsy Eismeier, sent an email to the Vassar community announcing the school’s decision to increase the total comprehensive fee for attendance…