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By Aena Khan – 1 month ago

[CW: This article makes mention of sexual assault and murder.] In this week’s headlines… The office of current Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has launched an inquiry into the…

Alum panel discusses NYC affordable housing crisis

By Sarah Kopp – 1 month ago

On Oct. 30, the Career Development Office, along with the Office of Alumnae/i Engagement, the Geography Department, the Urban Studies Department and the Sociology Department, sponsored the lecture “Priced Out:…

Community Works launches campaign

By Jessica Moss – 1 month ago

“Vassar College nests in a dynamic city,” said the founder of non-profit organization Mid Hudson Aquatics Galen Franchek in an email correspondence. Despite the vibrancy of its surrounding city, Vassar—and…

VSA Updates

By Julian Corbett – 1 month ago

Consensus Agenda—Passed Pre-Approved Allocations: 150/150 from Pre-Organizations to Chess Club 150/150 from Capital to SEASA 180/180 from Discretionary toMENASA 50/50 from Capital to SocialDancing Club Allocations: 2568/2568 from Speakers to…

Take Back the Night rally promotes healing, solidarity

By Jessica Moss – 2 months ago

[CW: This article makes mention of sexual violence.] [Correction, Nov. 3, 2018: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Take Back the Night was solely organized by Cecilia…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan, Tayla Phelps – 2 months ago

[CW: This column discusses anti-Semitic and anti-Black gun violence and death.] In this week’s headlines… Beginning on Oct. 22, a series of pipe bombs were sent to various prominent critics…

VSA, admins present Rebalanced Curriculum

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 2 months ago

As students anticipate adding a new crop of classes for the spring semester during pre-registration next week, the College is looking further ahead at bigger changes to the curriculum. In…

VC exhibits local Great War tales

By Jessica Moss – 2 months ago

On Saturday, Oct. 13, Vassar College and the Dutchess County Historical Association opened “Over Here/ Over There,” an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the armistice of 1918, which ended…