Day: November 30, 2016

Meades and students throw annual dinner

By – 1 year ago

Short and nail-bitingly close to finals, Thanksgiving break is seldom festive for students spending the vacation on campus. International students and those who don’t want to spend half of their…

Student art flourishes in FWA’s “Grey Gardens”

By KAITLIN PRADO – 1 year ago

Artists experience life on this campus in a way that is unique. Their work is involved, intensive and more often than not, it’s informed by ongoing collective efforts. While we…

Competition foiled by undefeated VC fencing

By LINDSAY WOLK – 1 year ago

Vassar men’s fencing has started the season incredibly strong, beating all 14 opponents handily. 12th-year Head Coach Bruce Gillman attributes their success thus far to the equal balance between the…

VFR tracks a dinner’s food waste

By JAKOB ECKSTEIN – 1 year ago

Vassar Food Rescue(VFR) describes itself as a group of students dedicated to eliminating food insecurity by reducing food waste. Starting last year under the name “Just Food,” the org renamed…

Professor of English remembers students, courses fondly

By IRIS LI – 1 year ago

A first-generation college student, editor of “Poetry 1945 to Present” section of “The Norton Anthology of American Literature,” a contributor to the Columbia History of American Poetry, a poet herself…

Jewish Studies Program revives subversive literature

By CLARK XU – 1 year ago

Learning and sharing the stories of various cultural traditions is integral to the formation of a community. The Jewish Studies Program pursued this vision by inviting Maggid Books editor and…

VSA centers student activist efforts in Town Hall

By EILIS DONOHUE – 1 year ago

The Vassar Student Association, the College’s student government, has a Senate meeting every Sunday night which is open to the public, but attendance by non-Senate members is notoriously low. On…