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Vassar reconsiders mission

By and – 1 month ago

Vassar College, like most educational institutions, has a long history rooted in the exclusion of marginalized and disadvantaged groups. While some work has been done to make Vassar a more…

Student art shines in Palmer

By – 2 months ago

As students roam the College Center, they’ll pass the exhibition in the Palmer Gallery featuring works by Vassar’s own Studio Art Department. The annual series highlights the fruits of various…

Depression-era cake serves up cheap chocolate dessert

By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 2 months ago

I’ll admit it, Depression-era cake doesn’t sound nearly as appetizing as rainbow bagels or “freakshakes.” However, while our friends are making trips to New York City to try these crazy…

Future food changes raise concern

By – 2 months ago

We’ve all heard about the new dining program launching in the fall of 2017. Some are enthusiastic about the change, but others have their doubts. Regardless, rumors and speculations abound.…