Day: November 20, 2013

Bias incidents spark campus dialogues

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

On Tuesday, Nov. 19, Dean of the College Chris Roelke sent out a campus-wide email releasing the news that two students have been found responsible for several recent bias incidents.…

Consortium lobbies for social justice in higher education

By SHELIA HU & DEBBIE ALTMAN – 8 years ago

Last weekend, Nov 15-16, Vassar hosted the Consortium on Higher Education and Success (CHAS) Black and Latino Males Conference, which brought over 100 students from all over the country to…

Scholar compares LGBTQ movements of U.S. and Cuba

By ANNA IOVINE & EMILY HOFFMAN – 8 years ago

On Monday, Nov. 18, Poder Latin@ and the Queer Coalition of Vassar College (QCVC) hosted a lecture called, “From Imprisonment to Acceptance: the GLBT Movement in Cuba,” presented by scholar…

VCTV gets energy boost from fresh-faced members

By EMMA DANIELS – 8 years ago

A chemistry whiz and comic book fanatic named Theo teams up with his group of friends to take down a bully, Tobias, who has discovered dangerous super powers. This may…

Bold colors splash walls of Palmer Gallery

By MATTHEW MCCARDWELL – 8 years ago

Step into the Palmer Gallery and you will find bright landscapes built through bold shapes and colors. On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the Palmer Gallery held an opening for the exhibition,…

Thor sequel a fun, convoluted adventure

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

When the first X-Men movie came out 13 years ago, marking the beginning of the modern era of superhero movies, no one was quite prepared for how that one genre…

About Time’s appeal lies in its subtlety

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

“For me, it was always going to be about love.” So spouts the protagonist of About Time, the romantic comedy illustrating a young man’s inherited ability to travel through time.…