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Vassar vet responds to moral injury lecture

By Romario Ortiz – 4 months ago

On April 25, 2019 Georgetown Professor of Philosophy Nancy Sherman gave a lecture titled “Moral Injury and Resilience through a Stoic Lens: Homecomings for Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans.” In her lecture, she…

Red stoles symbolize accomplishments of Asian graduates

By Am Chunnananda – 4 months ago

The Red Stole Ceremony, formerly the Lei Ceremony, is a tradition at Vassar that aims to recognize the accomplishments of Asian and Asian American graduating seniors and welcome them into…

Please, Tell Us More!

By Tim Koechlin – 5 months ago

Below is a poem written by Tim Koechlin; the Director of Vassar’s International Studies Program, a participant in Vassar’s Urban Studies and Latin American and Latinx Studies (LALS) Programs, and…

USWNT primed for second straight World Cup win

By Arianna Cascone – 5 months ago

On June 7, 2019, the eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup (WWC) will be underway. In a couple short months, 24 teams from all over the world will…

Letter to the Editor

By Miriam Rossi – 5 months ago

I want to start my letter, as Professor Hunsberger did last week, by thanking The Misc for writing the article on April 4, 2019 describing the resolution to demolish Williams…

Professor of Philosophy examines Vassar climate ethics

By Jeffrey Seidman, Chair of Philosophy – 5 months ago

How should Vassar, as an institution, respond to climate change? Combating climate change is not part of Vassar’s mission, and Vassar’s financial resources are finite. So resources that Vassar spends…

Letter to the Editor: Faculty Housing

By Professor Luke Hunsberger – 5 months ago

RE: Misc Article “Faculty housing to be demolished,” April 4, 2019 Thank you to Talya Phelps and Jessica Moss for their article, “Faculty housing to be demolished” (The Miscellany News,…