Sports

Women’s volleyball holds court at weekend tournament

By Daniel Bonfiglio – 2 weeks ago

On Sept. 8 and 9, at the annual Vassar Invitational Tournament, the Vassar Women’s Volleyball team kicked off its home season. Acording to senior defensive specialist Lauren Ninkovich, the team’s…

Upcoming event calendar

By Vassar Athletics – 2 weeks ago

Cross Country Sept. 15, Bill Fritz Invitational, Glassboro, NJ, 12 p.m. Sept. 29, Saratoga Invitational, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12 p.m.,   Women’s Soccer Sept. 15, vs Oneonta, Gordon Field, 12…

Thoughts from the Editor: Summer of ’Bron

By Mack Liederman – 4 weeks ago

The ball may have stopped rolling, but in the constantly modernizing NBA, there is never truly an offseason. From the hallowed courts of Dyckman Park to the suits of the…

As moments turn to memories, student-athletes reflect

By Mack Liederman – 4 months ago

For student-athletes ranging from the 1,000-point scorer to the walk-on trying out a new sport, varsity athletics signifies a crucial aspect of the Vassar experience. Juggling problem sets and essays…

Why We Play: Jonah Strand, Swimming

By Jonah Strand – 5 months ago

I didn’t go any best times during my freshman year. It was the first instance that I hadn’t improved during a season, and it destroyed my confidence. That summer, I…

When fashion talks trash

By Mack Liederman – 5 months ago

It is the NBA’s equivalent of the red carpet. Buried in the corridors of every arena, a singular camera captures the few steps from the team bus to the locker…

The King’s one-man show continues to transcend time

By Jonathan Levi-Minzi – 5 months ago

What does LeBron James want? An industry has been built around this very question. Not only are people insatiably interested in what LeBron wants, but his will also exerts an…