Day: April 10, 2013

Phil’s God of Carnage a comedic social critique

By JOHN PLOTZ – 5 years ago

The word “carnage” is defined by Merriam-Webster dictionary as the “Great and usually bloody slaughter or injury (as in battle).” Parisian playwright Yasmina Reza’s 2006 play, to be performed this…

Polo seeks VC Athletics recognition

By MEAGHAN HUGHES – 5 years ago

When people think of polo, they most likely conjure up an image similar to Ralph Lauren ads filled with green pastures and immaculate riding costumes. But at Vassar the sport,…

Schwartz moves away from traditional nature poetry

By PILAR SOLOMON-JOHNSON – 5 years ago

April, along with signaling the start of pleasant spring vibes, is National Poetry Month. Luckily, both the gorgeous weather and the proliferation of poetry coincide with poet Leonard Schwartz’s upcoming…

Panel discusses gun issue

By BETHAN JOHNSON – 5 years ago

On Sunday April 6, Vassar students and faculty joined forces with the Poughkeepsie community to explore the roots of gun violence in present-day America. The discussion, titled “What’s Up With…

Students adapt dietary needs to campus dining options

By ADAM BUCHSBAUM – 5 years ago

Campus dining can be tough­—this isn’t home. The foods aren’t always to our taste. We wanted chicken, but the All Campus Dining Center (ACDC) offered only pasta. However, for students…

Alumna finds career success at ABC News

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 5 years ago

With less than fifty days left until commencement for the Class of 2013, only a few more papers and projects, long all-nighters and some heartfelt goodbyes remain ahead as they…