Day: January 31, 2018

Community Works raises nearly $77,000 for local nonprofits

By Dylan Smith – 6 months ago

On Jan. 24, Vassar’s Office of Communications announced that the College’s annual giving campaign, Community Works, exceeded its goal of raising $75,000 for local nonprofit organizations located in the Hudson…

Local library hosts speaker on American identity in food

By Clark Xu – 7 months ago

Cooking and eating together are key activities for the formation of community identity. At the Boardman Road Branch Library on Sunday, Jan. 28, writer, culinary historian and food interpreter of…

Is the Doomsday Clock legitimate?

By – 7 months ago

Somehow, 2018 has only just started and the situation already seems incredibly bleak. At least that’s what the members behind the academic publication Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists say. Originally…

Politicizing PyeongChang harms South Korea

By Roger Han – 7 months ago

Putting aside political differences, South Korea and North Korea will form a united Korean women’s ice hockey team to compete at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. The team will be…

Terrifying middle school diary unearthed during break

By Blair Webber – 7 months ago

Tasked with cleaning out a closet full of keepsakes from her elementary and middle school years over break, sophomore Emma Auguste came face-to-face with the most evil object she’d ever…

DIY: Build your own JY-stay in Poughkeepsie

By Yesenia Garcia – 7 months ago

There are many things I don’t understand about Vassar College. I don’t understand why chili is only served on Wednesdays, why Shipping and Receiving is situated at such an inconvenient…