Day: April 24, 2013

Women’s golf shoots to continue season’s success

By CHRISTIAN LA DU – 9 years ago

Vassar Women’s Golf heads into its final tournament of the year this weekend, visiting Massachusetts for the Williams Spring Invitational. The Brewers have had a successful spring so far, and…

Athletic housing would unite, not divide

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

Male student-athletes at Vassar College received a grand total of zero suites in Main Building this spring, a disappointing fact that got me thinking a little bit about housing on…

Recent tournament shows strength of women’s tennis

By ANNA KUO – 9 years ago

Last weekend on April 13 and 14th, Vassar’s Women’s Tennis Team took the Seven Sisters Championship by storm. On April 13, Vassar defeated Bryn Mawr College, 5-0 and Smith College,…

NHL East’s top teams build momentum

By ZACH RIPPE – 9 years ago

This shortened National Hockey League (NHL) season has certainly been interesting. While some claim that a shortened or lockout season often can taint results, there is no denying that two…

Mathieu an inspiration for many

By ELI J VARGAS I – 9 years ago

Tyrann Mathieu, also known as the “Honey Badger,” dominated NCAA Football for the LSU Tigers two years ago. With his small stature of 5’9” and 180 pounds, he was undersized…

Vassar student spaces require upgrades

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 9 years ago

For several years now, there have been plans for the Barnes & Noble located within the College Center to relocate off campus. The store, originally looking to take up space…

Students who are looking to build start-ups: be wary

By HELOISE MERCIER – 9 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg: 21; Nick d’Aloisio: 17; Kevin Systrom: 28; Caterina Fake: 33; Jack Dorsey: 30. These are the ages at which the founders of Facebook, Summly, Instagram, Flickr and Twitter…

Learning is about more than textbooks

By HARRISON REMLER – 9 years ago

Last week my political science professor assigned a challenging task for the class to consider over the weekend: He asked we evaluate the idea of “teaching.” He wanted us to…

Sleep hard to come by in the typical college life

By ANGELLA DELLA CROCE – 9 years ago

Sleep. If I were to conduct a survey, asking Vassar students—or any college student for that matter—what they don’t get enough of, it would probably be sleep. In fact, when…