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Birth center founder discusses female empowerment

By Chris Dillon – 2 months ago

Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) Ninotte Lubin came to Vassar’s Rockefeller Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 10, to talk about her efforts to establish the Grace Community Birth Center in Haiti. Lubin…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 2 months ago

In national headlines… Around the country, early voting has begun, and Democrats are looking to promulgate a “blue wave” in the upcoming general elections by overtaking Republican incumbents while maintaining…

Outside the Bubble

By Laila Volpe – 2 months ago

Details emerge in Khashoggi case [CW: This article discusses violence.] In an event that shocked the world, journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who moved to the United States after being threatened by…

News Brief

By Noah Purdy – 2 months ago

Oct. 18 crime alert Over fall break, on Thursday, Oct. 18, the Vassar community received a crime alert from Safety and Security Sergeant Heidi Hunsberger stating that a student had…

Debut Contemplative Initiative invites pause, introspection

By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 2 months ago

The ringing of a Tibetan singing bowl echoes through Kenyon Club Room and signals to 10 students and Professor of Psychology Carolyn Palmer that CLCS 151: Introduction to Contemplative Studies…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 2 months ago

[CW: This column makes multiple mentions of rape and sexual assault.] In the United States… After one of the most—if not the most—divisive confirmation hearings in the history of the…

News Briefs

By Chris Dillon – 2 months ago

U.S. and Canada negotiate USMCA Negotiations between the United States and Canada to restructure the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) finished just hours before the self-imposed deadline of midnight…