Day: October 30, 2013

Soulful Solange to serenade Vassar

By JACK OWEN – 6 years ago

With her velvety voice, inventive lyrics, funky dance moves and impossibly cool style, it is no wonder that Solange Knowles is one of the most anticipated performers to hit Vassar…

Feminism adapts to digital world

By ELIZABETH DEAN & DEBBIE ALTMAN – 6 years ago

On October 24, 2013, the ALANA Center hosted an event titled “A Discussion of Race and Digital Feminism.” The ALANA Center is a place on campus for events, resources, and…

Local children see the magic of science at VC

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 6 years ago

Magic is scientifically impossible. But can science sometimes be magical? The Chemistry Department tested this hypothesis last week in a “Magic Show” where Vassar student volunteers performed fun and flashy…

Field hockey earns its first ever playoff spot

By CHRIS BROWN – 6 years ago

With a winning record of 11 wins and only five losses, this year marks the first time in history that the Vassar College field hockey team has made it to…

Recent graduates traverse the globe with Peace Corps

By KELSEY QUINN – 6 years ago

After graduation, Vassar students scatter in all different directions. Some begin careers, some continue their educations in graduate school and some do a bit of soul-searching. Some Vassar graduates choose…

Walking tours guide students, locals through VC history

By NICOLE JAVORSKY – 6 years ago

The buildings on Vassar’s campus can tell an observer a lot about the college’s history, believes Dean Emeritus of the College and Professor Emeritus of English Colton Johnson. Free walking…

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