Noah Purdy

College reports Campus Climate Survey findings

By Noah Purdy – 4 weeks ago

Following the completion of the survey commissioned by the Engaged Pluralism Initiative (EPI) last spring, the College reported on its findings this week. On Tuesday, Nov. 13, President of the…

VSA, admins present Rebalanced Curriculum

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 1 month ago

As students anticipate adding a new crop of classes for the spring semester during pre-registration next week, the College is looking further ahead at bigger changes to the curriculum. In…

Document sparks conversations on institutional complicity

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 3 months ago

[TW: This article mentions rape.] On Friday, Aug. 31, Director of Safety and Security Arlene Sabo emailed the campus community reporting the distribution of a document titled the “Vassar College…

College to transform curriculum with aid of science grant

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson, with additional reporting by Izzy Braham – 4 months ago

Vassar has seen significant changes to its academic landscape in recent years: The Bridge for Laboratory Sciences, opened in January 2016, updated and expanded resources for the sciences. The Fall…

VSA Senate Forum with President Bradley

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 1 year ago

On Sunday, Oct. 22, President Elizabeth Bradley held an open forum hosted by the Vassar Student Association (VSA) Senate. President Bradley presented a PowerPoint slideshow that she had shown to…

Updates from the VSA

By – 1 year ago

Forum with Associate Dean Ed Pittman The Vassar Student Association (VSA) Senate held a forum with Associate Dean of the College for Campus Life & Diversity Ed Pittman this past…

Amey resigns from VSA presidency

By – 1 year ago

[Additional reporting by Laurel Hennen Vigil, News Editor] On Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017, Miranda Amey ’19 announced her resignation as the 2017-18 president of the Vassar Student Association (VSA) in…

Alumnae/i share wisdom, advice with the Class of 2017!

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 2 years ago

“Congratulations! Be proud of everything you’ve accomplished and let everyone who helped you get here know how grateful you are. The most important thing you can do after graduation is…