Day: February 17, 2016

Divestment campaign fuels campus environmental efforts

By VASSAR COLLEGE FOSSIL FUEL DIVESTMENT – 2 years ago

Dear Vassar Community, We would like to begin by thanking Presi­dent Hill for taking the time to respond to our call for fossil fuel divestment in her letter. We would…

LiNK concert to raise funds, awareness on campus

By PATRICK TANELLA – 2 years ago

An emoji is worth a thousand words. Well, some are. Recently released Kimjunjis– Kim Jung-un inspired emojis do little to speak for the millions under oppresive North Korean rule. Luckily,…

PBS documentary explores Hudson River School art

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 2 years ago

A new PBS documentary explores the history and art of the Hudson River School. It complements the Loeb’s newest exhibition, “American Stories” and lends a new perspective to the Hudson…

New Moore documentary, same tropes

By JILLIAN ELKIN – 2 years ago

Michael Moore’s documentary style can feel off-putting. The documentarian makes himself a central, bold character in his films. Throughout, he flashes his humor and political biases. At times, this tones…

Deadpool delivers without lasting punch

By JIMMY CHRISTON – 2 years ago

In this day and age, seeing an R-rated comic book movie is a rarity. Most movies that ap­peal to a large audience almost always try to force a PG-13 rating…

Shadowhunters lackluster in TV reboot

By SAACHI JAIN – 2 years ago

The new Freeform (previously ABC Fam­ily) TV Show “Shadowhunters” is the second attempt at adapting the bestselling “Mortal Instruments” book series, which had also been made into an unsuccessful film…

Neko Atsume app foreshadows impending cat-astrophe

By AMANDA SU – 2 years ago

They’ve infiltrated our lives, our houses, our minds—and most of us don’t even realize it yet. It has been clear since the unstoppable wave of adorable cat videos infected the…