Day: November 6, 2013

SLD fliers to drive discussion

By PALAK PATEL – 8 years ago

In this past week, students around campus may have noticed an informational pamphlet, “What Vassar Doesn’t Want You To Know: A Guide to Labor on Campus,” cropping up in various…

VC hosts Seven Sisters to foster collaboration

By ANNA IOVINE MAGGIE JEFFERS – 8 years ago

From Nov. 1 to 3, students from the nation’s prominent women’s colleges visited Vassar’s campus for the Seven Sisters Conference. “The Seven Sister’s Conference as a concept has happened several…

Women’s soccer beats Union for playoff spot

By CHRIS BROWN – 8 years ago

In a match against Union College, the Vassar women’s soccer team pulled out a season-changing win, earning a spot in the Liberty League playoffs week. This win earned the team…

Greek tragedy humanizes warfare

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD AND CHRIS GONZALEZ – 8 years ago

One Sunday, Nov. 3, the Chapel breathed with the life of ancient Greek theatre. “Theater of War,” a group dedicated to drawing attention to issues surrounding soldiers returning from war…

Schrock explains nuances of SAVP reporting

By ELIZABETH SCHROCK – 8 years ago

You’ve heard the numbers: Nationally, about 1 in 5 women will experience rape or attempted rape during her undergraduate years in college, 1 in addition to undoubtedly high numbers of…

2016 Class Council aims to promote new voices, diversity

By BETHANY TERRY – 8 years ago

Student government is a central fixture of many, if not, most upper educational institutions, and students can occasionally wonder if their student government does an appropriate job of representing its…

Editing services technically allowed, stifle creativity

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 8 years ago

“Essays edited in as little as 3 hours!” “Prices as low as $3/page!” These are some of the advertisements occasionally seen on bulletin boards above printers in the Library or…

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