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By Youngju Chang – 2 weeks ago

The Village Voice ends 63-year run The Village Voice, one of New York City’s most prestigious alternative newspapers, shut down on Aug. 31. As owner of the paper Peter D.…

College to transform curriculum with aid of science grant

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

Meal plan triples summer housing cost

By Clark Xu – 4 months ago

This summer, students staying on campus will pay $25 per day for room and board, a 257 percent increase from last year’s cost of $7 per day for summer housing.…

Computer science pushes for tenure-track faculty

By Clark Xu – 5 months ago

[Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the name of a Haverford College student quoted. He is Daniel Feshbach, not Daniel Feschbach.] The boom in student enrollment for computer science courses…

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By Pazit Schrecker – 5 months ago

VC Hosts 19th Green Haven Reunion At 11 a.m. on April 28, Vassar students, faculty and former prisoners and their families gathered together in the Aula for the 19th annual…

Philosophy journal covers border politics

By Clark Xu – 5 months ago

While a common conception of a scholarly publication is of a journal that highlights only specialized knowledge, the Vassar College Journal of Philosophy ruptures that assumption. The Journal brings in…