Day: April 27, 2016

Destruction of Mudd opens space for new campus green

By CLARK XU – 3 years ago

As part of a broader plan to renew the infrastructure supporting the natural sciences at Vassar Col­lege, contractors from Daniel O’Con­nell’s Sons proceeded to demolish Mudd Chemistry. Welders and work­ers…

#BlackLivesMatter the movement

By KAITLYNN VO – 3 years ago

Princeton University Professor Keeanga Yamahtta Taylor visited Vassar on April 19 to deliver a lecture “The #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation,” named after her forthcoming book. Photo courtesy of Princeton University…

Historic literary journal returns

By – 3 years ago

In his sophomore year, Alex Raz ’16, joined earlier this year by Pal­ak Patel ’16, resolved to revive Vas­sar’s longstanding literary journal, the Vassar Review. This journal was originally published…

Polston named NFC Fencer of the Year

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 3 years ago

Standout sophomore fencers Eli Polston, Jonathan Alperstein, Annie Innes-Gold and Kirsten Den­man have had remarkable success and shown strong leadership this season. These four athletes have proved their athletic prowess…

College must sustain gender neutral bathroom initiative

By THE EDITORS – 3 years ago

On Tuesday, April 19 Target announced that all employees and customers may now use whichever restroom or fitting room aligns with their gender identity. The company has faced significant backlash…

Rwandan Genocide adressed on campus

By STODDARD MEIGS – 3 years ago

If you were born in the 1980s, you may have a recollection of what happened in Rwanda in 1994. From April 7 to mid-July of that year, the Hutu committed…

Students find, reclaim themselves through BTSAV zine

By MATT STEIN – 3 years ago

Survivors of abuse have gone through inde­scribable pain, anxiety and confusion, and are not always able to find proper outlets to share their stories. Break the Silence at Vassar (BTSAV)…

The top spots across campus for optimizing “work”

By ALAN HAGINS – 3 years ago

With the end-of-semester quickly ap­proaching, the number of sleep-de­prived students has skyrocketed on cam­pus. The Miscellany News decided to help these students out by seeking out the most sleep-worthy spots…

Summit starts conversation about local development

By ADITI CHANDNA AND ALAN HAGINS – 3 years ago

The inaugural Wealth-Building Summit addressed issues of economic development as a means of redistributing the wealth and labor. Leaders of the Summit hope to hold it yearly. Photo courtesy of…

1 2 3 4