Day: October 12, 2016

High-wire artist thrills with account of famous feat

By CLARK XU – 2 years ago

  Renowned for his illegal high-wire performance between the World Trade Center’s North and South Tow­ers in 1974, Philippe Petit captivated Vassar students, faculty and local community members by telling…

VUE calls for greater campus WiFi coverage

By EMILY SAYER – 2 years ago

Vassar Urban Enrichment (VUE) operates with the goal of im­proving the functionality, safety and accessibility of spaces on campus. In response to student complaints regarding WiFi coverage, VUE has drafted…

WVB stuffs Liberty League competition

By FIONA MACLEOD – 2 years ago

With seven wins and only one loss in the Liberty League so far, the Vassar women’s volley­ball team has had a monumentally successful season so far. While the season began…

Board seeks Cappy’s replacement

By IMAAN LAMBA – 2 years ago

  While faculty members and the student body bade a fond farewell to President Emerita Cath­arine Bond Hill at Fall Convocation, the search for the new President of Vassar College…

Research intern discusses merits of field work experience

By SARAH HENRY – 2 years ago

Allowing Vassar students to gain experience in the fields of their respective intended majors while earning academic credit and get­ting involved in the Poughkeepsie and Hudson Valley communities, the Field…

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