Day: October 2, 2013

Women’s Rugby pulls off 94-0 rout vs. Binghamton

By CHRIS BROWN – 9 years ago

Women’s Golf   The Women’s Golf team spent this past weekend at the Middlebury College Women’s Invitational, finishing in fifth place out of a total of eight teams. The team…

NBA season promises quality spectacle

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

The preparations for the grind of a long season coincide with the start of the month, with training camp now underway for NBA teams. The rekindling of team togetherness in…

Football fun in fantasy form

By CLYFF YOUNG – 9 years ago

In mid-June the NBA and NHL crown their champions and start their off-seasons. Only once every two years are the major winter sports’ seasons followed by the viewership-record-setting phenomena that…

Cuban athletes continue to face restrictions

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 9 years ago

The country of Cuba has historically been a hotspot of great baseball talent, producing baseball players such as Jose Canseco and Rafael Palmeiro, who both hit over 450 home-runs. So,…

Jail expansion chance to re-evaluate justice

By AIDAN KAHN – 9 years ago

Republicans in the Dutchess County Legislature are fighting for a $184 million expansion to the county jail. Currently, an average of nearly 200 inmates are housed in other counties on…

From birth to death: injustices in poultry

By ROCKY SCHWARTZ – 9 years ago

When I call Errol’s name, he looks across the yard at me and comes over as fast as his little feet will take him. When he reaches me, he pauses…

Philosophy of equality for ‘earthlings’

By SARAH RODEO – 9 years ago

Let’s face it. Usually in our everyday lives, our primary concern is for our own well-being. To some extent, self-centeredness and self-absorption are natural human instincts that are essential for…

Vassar, Poughkeepsie in need of better connection

By EVAN SELTZER – 9 years ago

Whether it was during your first visit to Vassar as a prospective student or during your Freshman year, you have surely been told at some point that “Vassar is a…

Letters to the Editor 10/3/13

By THE STUDENT BODY – 9 years ago

I first heard Seth Warner share his ideas at a Vassar Democrats meeting, and voting for him is voting for Vassar to be a part of the surrounding community. I…