Day: September 14, 2016

Hill addresses final Convocation

By CLARK XU – 2 years ago

President Emerita Catharine Hill gave her final Fall Convocation address on Sept. 7, speaking along­side Interim President Jonathan Chenette and VSA President Calvin Lamothe ’17. The speeches focused on financial…

Noyes House Team says, “We Got You”

By KAYLA GONZALEZ – 2 years ago

“Can I say ‘what the hell?’” Presi­dent of Noyes House Takunda Maisva ’19 looks concerned and points to the phone placed in the middle of the table, recording the conversation.…

Curatorial debut by Vassar alum

By – 2 years ago

In 2014, art critic Jerry Saltz pub­lished a Vulture.com article en­titled “Zombies on the Walls: Why Does So Much New Abstraction Look the Same?” in which he laments a recent…

Men’s soccer kicks off season with 5-0 streak

By ALEXANDER SHOWELL – 2 years ago

Junior Hayden VanBrewer challenges a William Patterson player during the Vassar College Classic on Sept. 10. Vassar ended the weekend 2-0, placing them on a five-game win streak. Photo courtesy of…

In silencing survivors, UKentucky threatens free speech

By THE EDITORS – 2 years ago

Trigger warning: Please be advised that the following editorial covers sensitive topics in­cluding sexual assault and harassment. The University of Kentucky intends to sue its own student-run newspaper, the Ken­tucky…

VSA reimagines Serenading ritual

By ANDREA YANG – 2 years ago

First-year students and seniors mingle on the residential quad after the Sept. 10 Serenading event. This year, seniors gave the first-years flowers in Vassar colors to thank them for their…

Vassar alumna goes from The Miscellany News to Mic

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 2 years ago

This week we’re catching up with Marie Solis, a 2015 Vassar graduate and an alum of The Miscellany News! While at Vassar, Marie was an English major with a Hispan­ic…

Digging out Roman pasts from historical ruins in Italy

By TIANQI ZHU – 2 years ago

“Tazio, stai diventando un italiano,” said Gabriele, my Italian field director of the San Martino archaeological site after the fare­well diner. I laughed, remembering. For a year, I lived an…

Panama beyond the Canal

By – 2 years ago

Whenever I told people that I was going to Panama, they always asked if I was going to the canal. And while I did go to the Mira­flores Locks and…

Visiting the Woolf museum

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 2 years ago

Virginia Woolf’s house from the perspective of the traditional English cottage garden. The garden itself was mostly Leonard Woolf’s passion project and was known to host writers like T. S.…