Day: February 7, 2018

Stroker defies ableist limitations

By – 2 weeks ago

When Ali Stroker was growing up, she had a dream of being on Broadway. Already a challenging feat, Stroker’s goal seemed even further away since she was confined to a…

Doctor guilty of assault

By Kelly Pushie – 2 weeks ago

“I’ve just signed your death warrant.” These resonating words came from Judge Rosemarie Aquilina after a long week of testimony, as young women stood up on the podium and recounted…

Loeb exhibit revives French fashions

By Andrea Yang – 2 weeks ago

Exhibition “Accessorizing Paris: Fashion and Art in the Nineteenth Century” is currently on view through March in the Focus Gallery at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. Juxtaposed with Chinese…

A guide to navigating Vassar’s culinary landscape

By Imogen Wade – 2 weeks ago

Puzzle: Sometimes the smell emitting from the building is pungent even meters away. Often, depending on that day’s delicacy, the odour intensifies upon entry and clings to your clothes. You…

Filmmaker presents documentary on refugee crisis

By Youngju Chang – 2 weeks ago

On Wednesday, Jan. 31, filmmaker and comedian Ben Tumin gave a lecture about his new documentary discussing a resettlement of refugees in Germany and United States. This lecture is a…

CDO hosts alums for panel on creative career paths

By Pazit Schrecker – 2 weeks ago

On Saturday, Feb. 3, students gathered in the College Center Multipurpose Room for a panel on creative careers. The 11 a.m. event was the first of three professional development panels…

Women’s squash sweeps Seven Sisters, men struggle in LL

By Fiona Macleod – 2 weeks ago

This past weekend, the Vassar women’s squash team traveled to Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, in order to participate in the annual Seven Sisters Championship tournament. Entering the weekend, the…