VHP’s annual Haitian art sale supports redevelopment

By CHARLACIA DENT – 6 years ago

While at the same time furthering its humanitarian efforts, the Vassar Haiti Project is celebrating Haitian Art through an exhibition and auction, which will kickstart in two weeks, running from…

Woods putts in shadow of debauchery

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 6 years ago

Ladies and gentlemen, there is a new number one ranked golfer, and he is a household name! No, it is not Arnold Palmer! He retired over five years ago, and…

Academic databases must be made more accessible

By JOSH SHERMAN – 6 years ago

Academic databases have grown in the past few decades to become one of the most important research resources for students and professionals alike. There is no doubt that the accessibility…

VC Athletics battles through spring break

By MEAGHAN HUGHES AND CHRIS BROWN – 6 years ago

Men’s Fencing The team finished the season over the break by sending six fencers to Northeast Regionals—the first round of NCAA Fencing Finals. Senior Alex Vastola and junior Matt Steinschneider…

The Misc’s Bedside Astrologer 3/28/2013

By JEAN-LUC BOUCHARD – 6 years ago

Aries (March 21-April 19): There is absolutely no way to prove that you aren’t a bearded old man in a staightjacket sitting in an insane asylum hallucinating this pathetic fabrication…

Campus Canvas 3/28/2013

By SIDRA TAREEN – 6 years ago

This painting was done as a gift for my aunt. When I was in 6th grade, after learning how to use watercolors for the first time, I painted her a…