Breakfast celebrates service, commemorates Dr. King

By Jessica Moss – 4 months ago

“We call this history to mind…because King’s witness still calls each of us to turn inward, to look inside ourselves, name our spiritual poverty in an age of uneven abundance,…

News Briefs

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Supreme Court Approves Ban On Tuesday, Jan. 22, the Supreme Court approved President Trump’s military transgender ban, thus reversing the Obama administration’s move to allow transgender people to serve in…

PSG, Newcastle display far ends of soccer club ownership

By Desmond Curran – 4 months ago

Perhaps one of the least shocking discoveries of 2018 was that Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Manchester City F.C. had both routinely circumnavigated UEFA financial rules. The Qatari owner of…

Women’s basketball extends winning streak to fourteen

By Kelly Pushie – 4 months ago

Since Nov. 30, the Vassar women’s basketball team has faced off against 14 opponents. They’ve defeated each one. The Brewers’ 14-game winning streak has them at 17-2 overall on the…

Nick Lee, Men’s Tennis

By Nick Lee – 4 months ago

“Hit ten in a row,” my coach said to me. I was six years old. I don’t remember the coach’s name. I don’t even remember her face. But the goal…

Campus Climate: What is not talked about enough at Vassar?

By Bhargav Poudel, Helen Johnson, Jane Ahn, Sam Cibula and Lisa Smart – 4 months ago

Bhargav Poudel ’21 “Marxism and Communism.” Helen Johnson ’21 “There’s a whole lot of conversation about a whole bunch of social issues and how important they all are—and I’m totally…

Media misrepresents how shutdown harms prisoners

By Catherine Bither – 4 months ago

Following the recent government shutdown—the longest in U.S. history— thousands of federal employees went weeks without pay. For those struggling to survive paycheck-to-paycheck, the devastating shutdown caused many federal employees…