Day: May 6, 2015

Lecture emphasizes millennials in election

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 3 years ago

Alexander Heffner, civic educator and host of ‘Open Mind,’ addresses a mixed audience in the Villard Room on Monday about the intersection of the millennial generation, media presence, and politics.…

Social justice orgs unite for Israeli-Palestinian peace

By BETHAN JOHNSON – 3 years ago

Touching on the controversial climate at Vassar surrounding issues concerning Israeli-Palestinian relations, leaders of the BDS movement Rebecca Vilkomerson and Hind Awwad hosted a panel advocating for their cause and…

Lombardo chronicles, recites epic poetry

By YIFAN WANG – 3 years ago

Stanley Lombardo will be coming to Vassar to combine lecture with dramatic readings of Homer and other poets. He will also bring in the subjects of Zen texts and Asian…

Waving goodbye to Czula

By WINNIE YEATS – 3 years ago

Roman Czula enjoys the Spring weather on his bike. The Vassar community will be waving goodbye to Czula at the end of this semester. He has been an integral part…

Report critiques VSA structure

By RHYS JOHNSON – 3 years ago

After months of researching, interviewing and drafting, W.H. “Butch” Oxendine released his final report on the current state of affairs within the VSA, assessing their structural and operational abilities. Photo…

VSA external review methodology proves inconsistent

By THE EDITORS – 3 years ago

The Vassar Student Association (VSA) has spoken extensively on the issue of internal restructuring. The two former VSA VPs for Operations, Ramy Abbady ’16 and Ali Ehrlich ’15, have discussed…

Improv students’ probation calls hazing into question

By ZACH RIPPE – 3 years ago

Does hazing happen at Vassar College? According to the 2015 Vassar College Handbook, “Hazing is any reckless or intentional act, occurring on or off campus, that produces physical, mental or…