Day: September 21, 2016

McCoy lecture bridges identity gap

By CLARK XU – 2 years ago

Over the course of her visit to Vassar, social activist Yavilah McCoy proved that genuine discus­sions about faith-based, racial, class and gender identities are not just possible, but completely necessary.…

Reinstatement of ASL meets student demand

By SARAH HENRY – 2 years ago

This fall, American Sign Language (ASL) joined the long list of lan­guages available for study at Vassar as a part of the Self-Instructional Language Program (SILP). SILP aims to allow…

Jazz prodigy to perform with trio

By SASHA GOPALAKRISHNAN – 2 years ago

Every year, Vassar’s Music De­partment carefully selects artists to be a part of its concert series. One annual concert is designated a Dick­inson-Kayden Event that primarily brings jazz concerts to…

Fall season in full swing for VC tennis

By LINDSAY WOLK – 2 years ago

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams suffered huge talent losses from last season, but their futures look bright as they aim to improve upon last year’s results. Longtime head…

Vassar junior launches social app

By EMILY HWU AND IMAAN LAMBA – 2 years ago

Are you ever sitting in your dorm room on a Friday night, won­dering what the heck there is to do on campus? Sure, you could go check out the Mug,…

Students achieve high law, med school admission rates

By ALEXANDRA TRUNNELL – 2 years ago

Vassar is well known for its academic excellence, and this excellence is well apparent in its graduate acceptance rates into law school and medical school. According to the 2015 Fact…

Vegan, nut-free mac and cheese to tempt omnivores

By BROOKE THOMAS – 2 years ago

Do you think you can’t go vegan because you will miss cheese? Try out this recipe and then reevaluate. Vegan cheese, or cheeze, depending on how much you care about…

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