Day: April 13, 2016

Lamothe elected VSA President

By EILIS DONOHUE – 2 years ago

Calvin Lamothe ’17 was elected VSA President on April 7 by the student body. Lamothe will lead the VSA next year with a brand new executive board, consisting of six…

ProSky reaches out to college graduates

By STODDARD MEIGS – 2 years ago

“I went through college focused on international law and did a bunch of internships. I had crises of faith about what I believed in … I didn’t have answers and…

Povich speaks on glass ceilings

By – 2 years ago

While it comes as no surprise that Vassar women have his­torically been on the forefront of the feminist movement, some have done so in particularly distinct ways. Lynn Povich ’65…

Campus showdown pits old vs. new

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 2 years ago

This past Wednesday was the day that everyone had been await­ing…the student-faculty basketball game. The student team consists of 28 promising Vassar students, while the “Old School” team rosters 13…

New meal plan should accomodate individual needs

By THE EDITORS – 2 years ago

On April 5, Dean of the College Chris Ro­ellke sent students an email detailing the proposed meal plan changes that will be go­ing into effect Fall 2017. Not only will…

Wambere leads talks of LGBTQ activism

By KAITLYNN VO – 2 years ago

Wambere, a Ugandan LGBTQ civil rights activist, offered a lecture Wednesday, April 13 in Rocky regarding his work in Uganda with trying to protect the LBGTQ community and its allies.…

Vassar Haiti Project makes annual trip to Chermaitre

By VASSAR HAITI PROJECT – 2 years ago

Over spring break, Vassar Haiti Project took their annual trip to the mountain village in Chermaitre, Haiti. They focus on education, health care, reforestation, clean water access and a women’s…

Crego lecture discusses lasting effects of Prohibition

By KRIS WEBER – 2 years ago

On April 5, renowned economist Professor Orley Ashenfelter and Princeton Professor Joseph Douglas Green presented the annual Crego Lecture hosted by the Economics Department. Photo courtesy of Tyden.cz  Economics is…

Southeast Asian Association to host immersive event

By ADITI CHANDNA – 2 years ago

Southeast Asian Student’s Association (SEASA) is hosting its first ever celebration of southeastern culture with SEAFest, Southest Asian Fest. There will be traditional food and games at the event. Photo…