Day: May 4, 2016

Divest VC sit-in influences administration

By EILIS DONOHUE – 2 years ago

Vassar students have proved that they support fossil fuel divest­ment on paper and in practice. 91 percent of students voted in support of fossil fuel divestment in the re­cent referendum…

Rankine’s words resound

By ALAN HAGINS – 2 years ago

Claudia Rankine, acclaimed poet and activist, came to campus last week to discuss her latest book, “Citizen: An American Lyric.” Her talk was met with mixed reviews from students. Photo…

Dance festival celebrates culture

By – 2 years ago

While the International Dance Festival is relatively new to campus, the Office of International Services (OIS) has been laying the event’s groundwork for years. The fes­tival celebrated its second annual…

Knigge recognized as NCAA All-American

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 2 years ago

The Vassar College men’s vol­leyball team had a banner sea­son this spring. The men capped the year with 24 wins to only seven losses and several wins against not only…

Illuminated Hudson Valley: one giant ladybug at a time

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 2 years ago

LIGHTSCAPES is an over-sized light exhibit created by a team at Historic Hudson Valley to celebrate the coming of spring. It features hundreds of flowers and insects. Photo courtesy of…

Barefoot Monkeys’ convention plays out across campus

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM AND ADITI CHADNA – 2 years ago

Last weekend the Barefoot Monkeys hosted their sixth annual Monkey See Monkey Do Juggling and Fire Arts Convention. It is one of the largest conventions of its kind. Photo courtesy…