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News Briefs 4/25

By Marusa Rus – 4 weeks ago

Turkish presidential elections moved up The guessing and speculations about the Turkish parliamentary elections, which officially were scheduled to take place next November, are over. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan…

VSA Updates 4/24/18

By Julian Corbett – 4 weeks ago

Consensus Agenda – Passed Finance Allocations 800/1300 from Community to CHOICE for Dog Daze of Wellness (a working title) 3675/3675 from Discretionary to Transmission for TransMission & ViCE Weekly Present:…

Political Roundup

By Marusa Rus – 1 month ago

In this week’s headlines… President Trump was slated to attend the Summit of the Americas in Peru, which would have been his first official visit to Latin America. He canceled…

News Briefs

By Pazit Schrecker and Young Ju Chang – 1 month ago

US, UK, France launch strike on Syria Early on the morning of April 14, Syria experienced an attack on three large chemical weapons storage and research facilities. The facilities, which…

VSA elections bring new student leadership into focus

By Clark Xu – 1 month ago

Each year, the student body expresses its voice in the choice of representatives for student government. The Board of Elections and Appointments (BoEA) announced on April 12 the election of…

VSA Update 4/19

By Julian Corbett – 1 month ago

Consensus Agenda – Passed Finance allocations $100/$500 from Administrative Fund to Women’s Center for slices, scoops, succulents, singing and slime for SAAM (Sexual Assault Awareness Month) $3,152/$2,152 from Capital to…

VSA Updates 4/8/18

By Julian Corbett – 1 month ago

Consensus Agenda – Passed Finance allocations 30,000/52,000 from Discretionary to Founder’s Day Music due to increased costs and lack of music choice. 255.82/255.82 from Capital to WVKR for a listening…

VSA candidates prep for election with Q&A

By Clark Xu – 1 month ago

In preparation for the voting period in the student government elections this week, the Vassar Student Association (VSA) held the Executive Board Q&A on April 5 in Rockefeller Hall. The…

Student org plans Red Sand Gala

By Pazit Schrecker – 1 month ago

In countries across the globe, slavery and the slave trade have been banned for over a century, and in some places, for more than two. However, while slavery was abolished…

Political Roundup

By Marusa Rus – 1 month ago

In this week’s headlines... Throughout the past week, President Trump has been occupied with the issue of the caravan of migrants coming to the United States from Central America. The…