Day: November 15, 2017

Living with diabetes: daily routine

By Abby Knuckles – 4 weeks ago

I have this memory, though I believe it to be fabricated, of being seven years old and eating a chocolate bar. In my head, I eat the chocolate, savoring every…

Spring Concert poll gives students a voice

By Kelly Vinett – 4 weeks ago

The Spring Concert Committee has been planning for what is arguably Vassar’s most well-attended event besides Founder’s Day. This year, the committee decided to become more transparent and inclusive. The…

Vassar basketball set to tip off new season

By Kelly Pushie – 4 weeks ago

The men’s and women’s basketball teams are getting ready for what should be yet another successful season. The men’s team has less than a week before they kick off the…

Updates from the VSA

By Sarah Jane Muder – 4 weeks ago

Senate 11.12.2017 Consensus Agenda: Passed. Finance Allocations —1632/1632 from Speakers to GAAP for “‘Wilmington on Fire’: Screening with Q&A.” “Wilmington on Fire” is a documentary about the Wilmington Massacre of…

History professor elected to Dutchess County Legislature

By Clark Xu and Kelly Vinett – 4 weeks ago

[Full Disclosure: Kelly Vinett interned with the Dutchess County Democratic Committee, but did not work directly with Rebecca Edwards.] On Tuesday, Nov. 7, over 60,000 Dutchess County residents exercised their…

Political Roundup

By Talya Phelps – 4 weeks ago

In this week’s headlines… Following a meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Nov. 11, President Trump stated that Putin had again denied Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election,…

Environmental co-op hosts Leave No Trace crash course

By Dylan Smith – 4 weeks ago

Those passionate about the environment will embrace any opportunity to learn about ways to reduce their environmental impact while enjoying the outdoors. For these excited individuals, cold weather is only…

Editors-in-chief spill Seven Sisters journalism secrets

By Talya Phelps – 4 weeks ago

Each of the Seven Sisters schools boasts its own unique personality, culture and history, and the same holds true for each institution’s newspaper. Having almost finished my fifth semester with…