Day: March 27, 2013

Met’s impressionist installation an eye-opening experience

By ZOE DOSTAL – 5 years ago

When I first saw the title of the Metropolitan Museum’s spring blockbuster show, “Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity,” my initial thought was “Impressionism, schmessionism.” A movement once considered anti-establishment is now…

Artifacts catalogue milestones in Vassar’s rich history

By HAE SEO KIM – 5 years ago

  Though they have been collecting dust for several years in the buildings scheduled to undergo renovation, Vassar’s educational artifacts will once again see sunlight. Instead of throwing them out,…

Spring break wins propel tennis team to top rankings

By AMREEN BHASIN – 5 years ago

While taking a break from the snowy and long-lasting winter, the Vassar women’s tennis team began their spring season with crucial wins. Out of over 300 Division III colleges, Vassar…

Calls for divestment must feed into systemic change

By MARTIN MAN – 5 years ago

The issue of divesting Vassar’s endowment from fossil fuel companies has been gaining steam this past semester. As part of a national movement on the rise, especially amongst universities, a…

Tensions flare during recent global leadership changes

By BEN HOFFMAN – 5 years ago

The last month has been replete with leadership changes across the world. These shifts in power mark uncertain futures for both citizens of these nations and for American foreign policy.…

News Briefs 3/28/2013

By CARRIE PLOVER – 5 years ago

Mayor Bloomberg Proposes Tobacco Displays in New York City Now in his third and final term, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed on Monday, March 18 to ban the…