Arts

Philaletheis premieres new piece

By Kaitlin Prado – 3 days ago

This week, Vassar’s oldest student theatre organization, The Philaletheis Society, presents “The Moon is Red”, co-written and directed by Scott Szpisjak ’20, in the Susan Stein Shiva Theater. This student-written,…

Charli XCX defies norms of pop

By Patrick Tanella – 3 days ago

Since her debut, Charli XCX has been a dynamic artist in the pop music industry, with her sound shifting based on passion and self-reflection. Her recent single “Boys” broke the…

St. Vincent continues to grow, delight on newest work

By Izzy Braham – 3 days ago

Everyone, it’s here! On Oct. 13, Annie Clark, known as alternative rock icon St. Vincent, released her new album “Masseduction,” which is pronounced “mass seduction.” The album is a diverse,…

Fall Fest unites student orgs, music

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 2 weeks ago

The leaves are starting to take on an orange tint, and everyone’s switching to warm amber sweaters and cozy denim jackets. In the space of a day, the temperature has…

Comedy conjured from HEL

By Matt Stein – 2 weeks ago

Designated splash zones are commonly found at attractions such as Splash Mountain at Disney World or the Big Kahuna at Hurricane Harbor. Last Saturday, you could find this amusement-park staple…