Arts

Pokrywka chosen as guest expert

By – 3 weeks ago

“There is a scientist out there somewhere who is dedicating their entire life to just studying how ostriches make love. There’s another person studying what would happen if monkeys used…

Breakout horror movie uses genre to explore racism

By Jimmy Christon – 3 weeks ago

“Get Out” is the directorial debut of Jordan Peele, of “Key & Peele” fame. You might have heard that this multifaceted film is not actually a horror movie, and this…

Indie film artfully renders relationships

By Izzy Braham – 3 weeks ago

I f you are into cute indie movies, here’s a good one for you. “20th Century Women” is an endearing comedy and drama film set in 1970s Santa Barbara. The…

Winter concert captivates campus

By Kaitlin Prado – 4 weeks ago

This past weekend Helado Negro and Xenia Rubinos performed for Vassar’s winter concert, and we have WVKR DJs Jonathan Rodriguez ’19 and Paul Kennedy ’19 to thank for it. Latinx…

‘Wherefore tap thou Romeo?’ asks collaborative show

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 4 weeks ago

Perhaps one of the most well-known pieces of English literature in history, Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” has been adapted for many stages since time immemorial. Yet theatre students never fail…

Workshop delves into gender divide in radio industry

By Izzy Braham – 4 weeks ago

“Music is a very lopsided field in general—it’s extremely male-dominated,” feminist Laura Pfeifer said, casually sitting at a sunny desk in Rockefeller Hall to the few nodding women who gathered…