Day: September 25, 2013

Programming Board bad for campus event diversity

By RAMY ABBADY AND RUBY PIERCE – 6 years ago

Diversity is an issue in society, and it is an issue at Vassar. Vassar has made incredible progress over the years in working toward a more inclusive environment, but we…

Athletics not the way to address campus diversity

By AJA SAAFELD – 6 years ago

I’m brown, I’m queer, I’m Jewish—all this means I am used to being targeted explicitly for the sake of improving so-called diversity in groups that are targeted at white, straight,…

Letter to the Editor 9/26/13

By ANGELA MENTEL – 6 years ago

Just because there is no Presidential election in 2013 does not mean that important issues are not at stake. Currently, the Dutchess County Legislature is proposing a $184 million jail…

HEL show to launch Vassar comedy season

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD – 6 years ago

Happily Ever Laughter (HEL), one of Vassar’s many comedy groups, will kick off a semester of laughs this weekend with a night of sketch comedy. The show will be performed…

Merely Players modifies classic play Prometheus Bound

By ZOE KURTZ – 6 years ago

Prometheus Bound, directed by Steven Wooley ’14 and starring Zachary Boylan ’16, premieres September 27 after a rather unconventional rehearsal schedule. Normally, a show’s process follows the schedule of the…

Concertmaster reflects on personal music career at VC

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 6 years ago

For Kevin Lee ’14, choosing to play the violin was not a thought out decision. “I just randomly chose the violin,” remarked Lee, a Biology major, research assistant and chair…

Cinematography can’t save mess of a thriller

By MAX ROOK – 6 years ago

One of the strangest parts of the fall “prestige” movie season, i.e. the time of year when all of the movies that are trying very hard to win Oscars are…

Horror-comedy has flashes of brilliance

By TYLER WILCH – 6 years ago

What you first need to know about You’re Next is that it is not an insanely amazing movie, nor will it be your favorite. However, there is just about no…