Day: April 17, 2013

MANIAN, KALUZNY WIN

By DAVID ROSENKRANZ – 5 years ago

Joining them on the 2013-2014 VSA Executive Board are Deb Steinberg ’14 for President, Genesis Hernandez ’15 for VP for Student Life, Alison Ehrlich ’15 for VP for Operations and…

Annual drag show incites controversy

By AJA SAALFELD – 5 years ago

Drag often evokes feelings of spectacle, of gender play and big, over the top  queens. And yet at this year’s Flawless Drag Show, presented by the Queer Coalition of Vassar…

LGBTQ Center vandalized

By ANNA IOVINE – 5 years ago

On Friday, April 12 the phrase “God hates fags” was discovered written in red marker on a wall behind the door of the Center. Chris Sundberg ’16 was one of…

Committee on College Life passes smoking ban

By NOBLE INGRAM – 5 years ago

Last Wednesday, April 10, the Committee on College Life (CCL) endorsed an all-campus Smoking Ban. The resolution that was passed will now go to the President of the College as…

Jud. Board hears case brought against Board of Elections

By DAVID ROSENKRANZ AND AASHIM USGAONKAR – 5 years ago

On Sunday, April 14 Gagandeep Anand ’15 filed a complaint to the Vassar Student Association (VSA) Judicial Board against VSA Board of Elections co-Chairs Devin Griffin ’13 and Clayton Masterman…

News Briefs 4/18/2013

By LIZ ZHOU – 5 years ago

Senate considers bipartisan Gun Control Legislation The bipartisan gun control bill, coauthored by Senators Joe Manchin (D., W.Va) and  Pat Toomey (R., Pa) will be voted on by the end…

Pegram combines passions to decode Middle English lit.

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 5 years ago

Computers can complete complex mathematical computations in less than a second, but the subtlties of languages have long escaped their mechanical minds. Tavish Pegram ‘13 has done his little part…

Art modeling reframes body image, desexualizes nudity

By MARIE SOLIS – 5 years ago

When considering campus employment options, the jobs which might seem most appealing are those which require the least amount of work for the most profit. Given those criteria, working as…