Day: December 4, 2013

Four dead in MTA derailment

By MAGGIE JEFFERS & ANNA IOVINE – 8 years ago

On Sunday, Dec. 1, a Metro-North train from Poughkeepsie to Grand Central Terminal derailed in the Bronx. Many members of the Vassar community had trouble returning to campus after Thanksgiving…

Matsuoka earns place in Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

By JONATHAN SAFIR – 8 years ago

Two matches into the season, the women’s basketball team stands undefeated. Senior co-captain Cydni Matsuoka has played a large role in the team’s success for three years. Both Women’s Division…

Eisner embraces campus atmosphere, rigid academics

By AMREEN BHASIN – 8 years ago

The 2013-2014 men’s basketball team has started off a successful season. They’ve gone 3-1 so far, with their only loss 62-65, coming in a hard fought battle against a strong…

NFL ignores players’ long-term health

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

Football is one of America’s favorite sports, and during the holiday season there always seems to be a significant game scheduled. This serves to put the sport of football in…

Death threats mar legendary rivalry matches

By CLYFF YOUNG – 8 years ago

Rivalry Week in college football: it is probably the most exciting week of the season, excluding some bowl games and the national championship game. In fact, Rivalry Week often produces…

Draft rules hurt NCAA program stability

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

This year’s NCAA Division I Men’s College Basketball class is looking to be one of the most exciting in recent history. With players like Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins and Julius…

Men’s basketball achieves four-game winning streak

By TINA CASO – 8 years ago

Men’s Basketball On Monday, Dec. 2, the Liberty League named sophomore guard Erikson Wasyl to the league Honor Roll. Wasyl recently earned a career-high in points at the team’s game…

Restoration-era England a vehicle for Kushner farce

By ISABELLA DELEO & MARGARET YAP – 8 years ago

Philaletheis, a Vassar student theater organization, will soon be producing the five-act play Hydriotaphia, or The Death of Dr. Browne, a modern-day farce loosely based on the life of Sir…

Britney Jean not as personal as promised

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

Since Britney Spears exploded onto the music scene in 1998 with her wide smile and sharp dance moves, the former Mouseketeer has remained an American pop cultural mainstay. But after…

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