Day: September 16, 2015

Davis celebrates Women’s Studies

By SARAH SANDLER – 2 years ago

Courtesy of Vassar Media Relations In concert with so many of the sto­ries of civil unrest and activism in the media this year, social justice icon and political activist Angela…

Campus awaits food supplier presentations

By NOBLE INGRAM – 2 years ago

Predicting the future can be im­possible on a college campus, and Vassar is no exception to this. Starting this Friday, Sept. 18, and continuing through the following two Fridays, however,…

CAAD art collectives explore sound, silence

By CONNOR MCILWAIN AND YIFAN WANG – 2 years ago

courtesy of Tom Pacio Between the steady din of the Re­treat and the (usually) uninter­rupted silence of the library, sound, and the absence of it, is all around us at…

Soccer hopes to lead Liberty League

By WINNIE YEATES – 2 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Athletics   After a long summer training rou­tine and an intense preseason, both the men and women’s soccer teams have already had a strong start so far…

VC traditions require reevaluation, more student input

By THE EDITORS – 2 years ago

The past two VSA meetings have involved sometimes heated discussion about Ser­enading, an event scheduled for this coming Sunday, September 20. Serenading has tradi­tionally been based around first years from…

Noyes House set to chime wedding bells

By KAYLA GONZALEZ – 2 years ago

courtesy of Ashley Hoyle   The bell on top of Main isn’t the only bell on campus that’s re­cently been ringing. It’s hard not to hear the wedding bells chiming…