Elena Schultz

Elena Schultz ’19 is a junior English and French major with interests in gender studies and the literature of medicine. She recently returned from studying comparative literature at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris and is thrilled to be back as an Editor-in-Chief of The Miscellany News this semester, where she began her first year as a writer for the Arts section.

Risqué stand-up explores taboo subjects

By – 2 years ago

Ali Wong, writer for breakout comedy series “Fresh Off the Boat” and long-time stand-up comedian, released a Netflix stand-up spe­cial that has since galvanized a devout following and won her…

CAAD offers dynamic event lineup

By and – 2 years ago

In 2014, the Andrew W. Mellon Foun­dation gave Vassar a $750,000 grant to develop the Creative Arts Across Disciplines (CAAD). The grant is multifaceted in nature, providing for visiting artists…

Thesis reinterprets Chinese work

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Written in 1934, Cao Yu’s “Thunderstorm,” has become a staple in Chinese dramatic literature. The plot grapples with unsettling themes of revenge, incest and class disparity, and continues to captivate…

Dance festival celebrates culture

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While the International Dance Festival is relatively new to campus, the Office of International Services (OIS) has been laying the event’s groundwork for years. The fes­tival celebrated its second annual…

Historic literary journal returns

By – 2 years ago

In his sophomore year, Alex Raz ’16, joined earlier this year by Pal­ak Patel ’16, resolved to revive Vas­sar’s longstanding literary journal, the Vassar Review. This journal was originally published…

Povich speaks on glass ceilings

By – 2 years ago

While it comes as no surprise that Vassar women have his­torically been on the forefront of the feminist movement, some have done so in particularly distinct ways. Lynn Povich ’65…