Day: April 6, 2016

President Hill bids farewell in 2017

By NOBLE INGRAM AND JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 3 years ago

On March 29 President Catherine Bond Hill announced the approaching end of her presidency in 2017. President Hill is the 10th president of Vassar College. Photo by Ashley Pecorelli On…

STEM field minorities given voice via pre-org

By KRIS WEBER – 3 years ago

Men have long dominated the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, often collec­tively referred to as STEM. In the fall of 2014, biochemistry majors Neila Kline ’16 and Emory…

Loeb takes it slow in celebration

By PATRICK TANELLA – 3 years ago

For the second year, the Loeb is participating in Slow Art Day. This national celebration encourages museum patrons to contemplate art in a comfortable, safe space. This reflection can be…

Frosh nabs second UVC award

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 3 years ago

The Vassar men’s volleyball team has been having a banner season, notching win after win and consistently ranking in the top 10 in the country. The Brewers will enter postseason…

Need-blind must remain priority after Hill’s departure

By THE EDITORS – 3 years ago

As she announced to the student body last week, President Catharine “Cappy” Bond Hill is stepping down.ffrom office. While her emailed statement highlighted the best parts of a decade-long presidency,…

Art history class follows new timeline

By ALAN HAGINS AND JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 3 years ago

“Time moves fast in Art 105. 3000 years of human creativity is a lot, but then you blink and Rembrandt is gone.” Sitting across from Professor of Art Molly Nesbit,…

Privilege Campaign returns for its third exhibition

By ALAN HAGINS – 3 years ago

For the third year in a row, the Privilege Cam­paign has delivered an installation of student and administrators portraits which bring to light the intrinsic and environmental advantages of their…

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