Day: November 2, 2016

Community promotes stronger firearm laws

By LAUREL HENNEN VIGIL – 2 years ago

Braving near-freezing temperatures, hundreds of people gathered at the foot of the Walkway Over the Hudson Saturday morning, Oct. 29, preparing to march across the bridge in a demonstration calling…

Pregnall remembered by students, colleagues

By ALEXANDER BASHAW – 2 years ago

On Oct. 22 2016, Vassar College lost a beloved educator, scientist and community member when Professor of Biology Alexander Marshall Pregnall passed away. Pregnall was unexpectedly struck by cancer early…

Fashion show weaves past style with present

By KIRK PATRICK TESTA – 2 years ago

Last Thursday, Oct. 27, I had the pleasure of attending Contrast’s Annual Fashion Show. For those unfamiliar with Contrast, know that it is Vassar’s style and fashion magazine. The theme…

VC swimming makes splash at season opener

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 2 years ago

The men and women’s swimming and diving teams dove into their regular season in meets against Bard College on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Both teams emerged victorious as the men’s team…

Exhibit fuses art, activism

By EMILY SAYER – 2 years ago

Named for Norman Rockwell’s depictions of FDR’s Four Freedoms, the first artist-run super PAC, For Freedoms, challenges classic conceptualizations of democracy with visual activist campaigns representing a broader range of…

Comedian uses absurdity to parody talk show format

By CRISTIAN URIOSTEGUI – 2 years ago

The first time I encountered comedian Eric André’s stand-up was in the summer of 2010. I watched a lot of Comedy Central Original standup comedy specials during that time and…

VC students embrace stereotype with homemade granola

By SARAH EVANS AND RAFAELA VEGA DEL CASTILLO – 2 years ago

Situated in the bustling streets of Lower Manhattan is Two Hands Restaurant & Bar. This small establishment combines Australian café culture and delicious, simple food for a scrumptious dining experience.…

Born presents cheeky take on the Trump phenomenon

By IMAAN LAMBA – 2 years ago

On Tuesday, Nov. 1, exactly one week before Election Day, Professor of Political Science Richard Born gave a lecture, interestingly titled, “How the Elephant Got Its Trump and Why Political…

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