Four myths on Venezuela’s political crisis debunked

By Sylvan Perlmutter – 4 months ago

On Jan. 23, President of the Venezuelan National Assembly Juan Guaidó declared the government of Nicolás Maduro illegitimate and himself as interim president of the South American nation. The Organization…

If Not Now’s Birthright walkouts discourage dialogue

By Jesser Horowitz – 4 months ago

The Western Wall, one of the holiest sites in Judaism’s holiest city, exudes a power unlike anything I have ever experienced. Whether that originates from a truly spiritual source, an…

Female nudity in art offends, excites throughout history

By Taylor Stewart – 4 months ago

Sculptures of Aphrodite of Knidos now stand gracefully and innocuously in places like the Vatican and the Louvre. The statues are modeled off Aphrodites on Roman coins, which are themselves…

Urgent flood update: Vassar considers allocating snorkels

By Isaac Gallogly – 4 months ago

POUGHKEEPSIE — Multiple sources have reported that Vassar College is, indeed, the latest victim of global climate change. Once a treasured campus, abounding with character and activity, Vassar has unfortunately…