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Skip Vassar midterm talk, go for soothing nature walk

By Talya Phelps – 2 years ago

If you’ve already run through the gorgeous hiking locations recommended in our last issue, fear not: We have three more suggestions from Vassar Outing Club Co-President Charles Hooghkirk ’19, plus…

Spike in MLB home runs bringing excitement to fans

By Evan Trausch – 2 years ago

For as long as baseball has been a professional sport, people have lined up outside stadiums and crowded around radios to see and hear baseball greats like Joe DiMaggio and…

ESPN mishandles reporter’s tweet, raises larger questions

By Jonathan Levi-Minzi – 2 years ago

[Content warning: Mention of sexual assault] ESPN SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill recently set off a media frenzy by tweeting, “Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself…

NFL roundup: Rams, Jaguars, and Cowboys, oh my

By Robert Pinataro – 2 years ago

This week in the NFL was as exciting as ever, characterized by some close contests and an unexpected blowout. The season, thus far, has been full of twists and turns,…

Why We Play: Ariella Rosenthal, Basketball

By Ariella Rosenthal – 2 years ago

Vassar is fortunate to have so many talented and dedicated student-athletes on campus. This year, The Miscellany News would like to highlight the voices and stories of these athletes. “Why…

Children’s book exhibition fondly remembers novelist

By Jimmy Christon – 2 years ago

At Vassar’s Thompson Memorial Library, there is currently an exhibit displaying a collection of children’s books by the late Nancy Willard, who, along with being a faculty member at Vassar…

Revival unsettles, leaves more unanswered questions

By Matt Stein – 2 years ago

What does the term “Lynchian” mean? Figures in a red room speaking backwards? A woman singing within a radiator? For all the surrealism within “Mulholland Drive” or “Blue Velvet,” David…