Africana Studies’ 50th celebrates Black life and art

By Meghan Hayfield – 2 months ago

On Friday, Feb. 1, Vassar’s Africana Studies Program celebrated its 50th anniversary by showcasing a variety of creative student endeavors, including spoken word, poetry, dance, live music and visual arts.…

Modfest features artistic diversity

By Madeline Seibel Dean – 2 months ago

While the bright colors of Marsden Hartley’s “Indian Composition” swirled behind them, the voices of the Vassar Women’s Choir lifted up to the high ceiling of the Frances Lehman Loeb…

Semester abroad sparks ‘shear’ joy

By Lindsay Craig – 2 months ago

My first hour back at Vassar had me feeling perturbed by the Deece’s new name (GoCo? Geece?) and slapped in the face with the arctic conditions. I studied in Edinburgh,…

Men’s tennis program welcomes new coach

By Kelly Pushie – 2 months ago

Preparing itself to kick off another season, the Vassar men’s tennis program has a new addition to the team. Coach Tina McDermott moved from the sunny shores of Hawai’i to the…

Quite Frankly

By Frankie Knuckles – 2 months ago

Have a question you want answered? Submit your quandaries at http://bit.ly/2RFnXfk Hey Frankie, I met a boy from a different college in Poughkeepsie, and he’s literally the nicest man, but…

International Office creates new home for old friends

By Kaiqing Annabell Su – 2 months ago

While Poughkeepsie was windy, cold and a mess outdoors on Jan. 30, the Office of International Services (OIS) was having an open house for its new office—complete with hot chocolate,…

Nine methods to defend against sickness this semester

By Ariana Gravinese – 2 months ago

After coming back from a long break, college life resumes quickly. Between classes, friends, social events and work, many concerns demand your attention. This sudden re-emergence onto the college scene…

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