Day: August 26, 2018

College to transform curriculum with aid of science grant

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson, with additional reporting by Izzy Braham – 4 weeks ago

Vassar has seen significant changes to its academic landscape in recent years: The Bridge for Laboratory Sciences, opened in January 2016, updated and expanded resources for the sciences. The Fall…

BoogieREZ duo invites participation with art

By Izzy Braham – 4 weeks ago

Whether it’s graphic design, graffiti, drawings or sculpture, art has the potential to entrance, challenge or even perplex a viewer. When creators combine these different mediums, the interactive dimension of…

Studies in Paris delight, enchant

By – 4 weeks ago

This past summer, I attended the French language program at Sciences Po in Paris. Before my flight, I constructed a comprehensive to-do list based on Hemingway’s “A Movable Feast.” I…

A note from the Editor

By Talya Phelps – 4 weeks ago

If I had to choose one word to typify the first semester of college, it would be overwhelming. Sure, it’s many other things, too—exciting, exhilarating, full of opportunity. Yet between…

Humor Desk serves up first-year handbook

By Hannah Gaven – 4 weeks ago

1. Do befriend the ghosts that haunt your room. I suggest investing in a Ouija board to help you start off on a good foot with your extra roommate. I…

Internship tips stave off job-pocalypse

By Duncan Aronson – 4 weeks ago

Hello fellow and incoming Vassar Brewers! Ready or not, we will have to adjust our lifestyles back to the school grind on a dynamic campus. If you are new to…

Thoughts from the Editor: Summer of ’Bron

By Mack Liederman – 4 weeks ago

The ball may have stopped rolling, but in the constantly modernizing NBA, there is never truly an offseason. From the hallowed courts of Dyckman Park to the suits of the…