Day: December 7, 2016

Slave narrative prompts dialogue on politics of friendship

By CLARK XU – 2 years ago

Scholars who study society from the perspective of those who have been historically discouraged or blocked from sharing their life experiences in public discussion can transform the familiar landscape of…

Misperceptions divide Vassar athletes and classmates

By ROBERT PINATARO & MACK LIEDERMAN – 2 years ago

When the application hits the table, are academics the only factor that sets prospective Vassar students apart? 16 percent of Vassar students are varsity student athletes. Was it their status…

Jokes at Raymond House’s expense must be critiqued

By RAYMOND HOUSE TEAM – 2 years ago

On Nov. 3rd, 2016, a publication that held problematic sentiments was published on The Clove, a Vassar unaffiliated satirical publication website, written by a first-year student. The article was entitled,…

Democratic Party in dire need of long-term overhauls

By JESSER HOROWITZ – 2 years ago

For Democrats and other liberals across the country, the results of the 2016 presidential election came as tremendous shock, as the polls and mainstream media overwhelmingly assumed that former Secretary…

Trump victory due to more than bigotry

By PIETRO GERACI – 2 years ago

In the days after the election, I saw countless posts on social media about how Donald Trump’s victory was rooted in racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia and other forms of bigotry.…