Opinions

Drama Dept. overworks students with excessive hours

By Alice Woo – 4 months ago

Currently, the number of hours that a student must devote to the class DRAM-200: “Experimental Theatre” rests entirely on the prerogative of the director. While this can be beneficial when…

Voting, even with doubts, will lead to much-needed change

By Catherine Bither – 5 months ago

In the midst of violence, discrimination and social discord, which our very own president of the United States propagates, hopelessness can be found everywhere. Our current political climate causes countless…

Please, Tell Us More!

By Prof. Zachary Cofran – 5 months ago

“That shouldn’t be there.” I was sitting in front of my computer, staring at a 3D model of a fossil called Krapina 17, the right side of the skull of…

PETA fails as legitimate animal rights organization

By Jesser Horowitz – 5 months ago

In 2015, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed a lawsuit against photographer David Slater. Four years earlier, Slater traveled to Indonesia, where he spent a few days…

Amazon Prime exploits hidden environmental costs

By Isabella Boyne – 5 months ago

In the face of frequent exhaustion and financial debt, college students understandably tend to choose the simplest and cheapest option when it comes to package delivery. No one wants to…

Vassar’s concern for Jewish students deserves praise

By Joshua Brownridge – 5 months ago

Standing side by side, Vassar College students and faculty collectively held a candlelight vigil to honor the 11 individuals killed at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, PA.…

Electric vehicles alone will not solve climate change

By Steven Park – 5 months ago

For a species heading toward eventual planetary self-destruction at the hands of climate change, we sure love to drag our feet when it comes to stopping this cataclysmic collision course…

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