Day: October 3, 2018

Community lauds influence of late philosophy professor

By Frankie Knuckles – 2 weeks ago

Last Thursday, Sept. 27, the Vassar community gathered with the family and friends of the late Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy Marco Dees in a celebration of his life and…

Poets instill hope, inspire students

By Holly Shulman – 2 weeks ago

On Thursday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m., 21 senators sat in a room on Capitol Hill facing Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Three hundred miles away, about 15 students and faculty members…

On Fantasy Football, Georgetown Prep

By Emmett O’Malley – 2 weeks ago

I wrote two articles for this week’s issue. You’ll only be reading the fluffy one. But I want to quickly acknowledge the other one that, for the foreseeable future, is…

New Collaboration Studio offers alternative workspace

By Ariana Gravinese – 2 weeks ago

Have you checked out the north section of the Main Library recently? Aside from the coffee vending machine that one covets, you shall find the new Collaboration Studio situated behind…

Paleo banana coconut pancakes outshine Deece breakfast

By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 2 weeks ago

While breakfast is arguably the best meal the Deece serves, students with various dietary restrictions may be disappointed. What fun is breakfast on a relaxed Saturday morning if you can’t…

Youth conference centers stories of resistance, resilience

By Rachel Yang – 2 weeks ago

Leading up to Saturday, Sept. 22, Vassar’s campus was adorned with flyers featuring a vibrant butterfly splashed across the front, which advertised the first annual Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference (IYEC).…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 2 weeks ago

[TW: This column discusses rape and sexual assault, and makes mention of suicide.] In the United States… On Thursday, Sept. 27, Professor of Psychology at Palo Alto University Christine Blasey…