Day: May 27, 2018

Senior Retrospective: Rhys Johnson

By Rhys Johnson – 3 weeks ago

Unlike some of my more gifted friends, I have never been blessed with a particularly vivid memory. During conversations with fellow seniors about our time here, I have found myself…

Senior Retrospective: Nicholas Crooks

By Nicholas Crooks – 3 weeks ago

It’s absolutely terrifying how quickly time flies. It feels like just yesterday that I had arrived in my dad’s truck, lanyard around my neck, excited for my orientation and beginning…

Senior Retrospective: Kïarã Bhagwanjee

By Kïarã Bhagwanjee – 3 weeks ago

Michelle Obama made a timely appearance on my Instagram feed today announcing the release of her biography, Becoming. In her caption she wrote, “…think about your own story and trust…

Senior Retrospective: Frank Najarro Izquierdo

By Frank Najarro – 3 weeks ago

It’s raining outside. I’m sitting in the new Deece watching people go by, getting eggs, bowls of fruit, and giving each other goodbye hugs; the summer looms, hidden behind the…

Senior Retrospective: Matt Stein

By – 3 weeks ago

Since this is my senior retrospective and will be handed out during commencement, I should make a few things clear to my family first. 1. I’m bi. It’s not technically…

Senior Retrospective: Clark Xu

By Clark Xu – 3 weeks ago

Vassar is a happy place for squirrels. The campus is designed for pedestrians, not cars. There are a lot of trees. And free trash. But not everybody would say that…

Senior Retrospective: Hannah Nice

By Hannah Nice – 3 weeks ago

“Hey, don’t I follow you on Instagram?” In 2014, on a crisp fall day, I stopped a girl in my ART 105 section outside of the library. For a few…

Senior Retrospective: Josh Schwartz

By Josh Schwartz – 3 weeks ago

I didn’t realize how much of my identity was tethered to studenthood until I was forced to face a future without school. Throughout my (nearly) twenty-two years, the thing that…

Senior Retrospective: Zander Bashaw

By Zander Bashaw – 3 weeks ago

Sitting down to write this Senior Retrospective pressed for time and without a concrete idea of where the piece is going, I find myself viscerally reminded of my time working…