Day: April 10, 2013

Revealing financial aid secrets

By ANNA IOVINE – 5 years ago

Though there are a number of mysteries Vassar students might wonder about on a daily basis—when the Terrace Apartment bridge will be rebuilt, for one—financial aid packages often remain the…

Painter Sillman to demystify functions of color, perception

By JACK OWEN – 5 years ago

Through the Vassar Art Department’s Agnes Claflin lecture series, many revered artists have come to campus to share their insights, ranging from printmakers to sculptors. Next Tuesday’s lecture will feature…

Women’s Track produces multiple qualifying runners

By CHRISTOPHER BROWN – 5 years ago

With a short spring season underway, Vassar women’s track has started off with some of their strongest in season races ever. With multiple school records set so early, women’s track…

Spector is unconventional, unguided

By MAX ROOK – 5 years ago

The new HBO film Phil Spector begins with a disclaimer that says “This is a work of fiction. It’s not ‘based on a true story.’ It is a drama inspired…

Love of sports brings families together

By LUKA LADAN – 5 years ago

“Quantifying my love for Syracuse basketball is actually impossible. It is something that will forever link my dad and I, and it constitutes some of our best memories. I think…

Butler reframes identity in Zionism debate

By RACHAEL BORNÉ – 5 years ago

During her lecture on Monday April 9, 2013, Judith Butler framed her discussion around a seemingly straightforward question: ‘What does it mean to be a Zionist?’ The talk, entitled ‘Martin…