Day: October 2, 2013

Senior Warner runs for office

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 8 years ago

What does it take to pop the Vassar bubble? How about running for elected office? Seth Warner ’14 is campaigning to be Legislator for Dutchess County’s Sixth District, which includes…

VSA acts on problems of exclusion

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

Last Thursday, Sept. 26, the Vassar Student Association (VSA) formed the Vassar Student Association Review Committee (VSARC). The committee, primarily composed of elected students but open to any interested students,…

Men’s soccer takes aim even higher

By JONATHAN SAFIR – 8 years ago

The Vassar College men’s Soccer team has set the bar high in past years, and the program has not had a losing season since 2006. Notably, and more recently, the…

Conference joins female minorities

By NIKKI LOHR – 8 years ago

Last Friday, Sept. 27, six students left the Vassar and journeyed to Worchester, Mass. where they attended a Women of Color Conference. The three-day event, titled “Sisterhood: Who Am I?…

Hudson Valley Arts 10/3/13

By – 8 years ago

Bradford Graves Sculpture Park Through Oct. 31 Off route 209, Kerhonkson, N.Y. Sculpture park features over 600 works by Graves. Pieces are mostly in stone, and smaller pieces and bronze…

Student group explores geo-political Palestinian issues

By NICOLE JAVORSKY – 8 years ago

Last fall, Jeremy Garza ’14 spent his junior semester abroad in the Netherlands, collecting oral histories of queer individuals from the Middle East. The stories he heard inspired Garza to…

Symposium honors scientific collaboration

By BETHANY TERRY – 8 years ago

In an annual symposium showcasing original research conducted by some of the Vassar student body, the spirit of scientific collaboration was celebrated this past Wednesday in the Villard room. This…

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