Day: January 29, 2014

VSA brings New York Times subscriptions to College

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

One hundred print copies of The New York Times can be found in the College Center and Retreat. Additionally, online access is available for students seven days a week through…

Rebecca Edwards focuses advice on life after graduation

By ANNA IOVINE – 8 years ago

On Monday, Jan. 27, Vassar Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) hosted their first “Oh the Places I’ve Been” event of the semester. This installment involved a conversation with…

Poet advocates peace in Palestine conflict

By KATIE CARPENTER – 8 years ago

Poet Remi Kanazi speaks on the ongoing conflict in Palestine and advocates for peace in the region. Vassar student groups made short presentations in between Kanazi’s readings. Photo By: main11…

Outside the Bubble 1/30/14

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 8 years ago

Brain-Dead Patient Removed from Life Support On Sunday, Jan 26, a Texas hospital removed 33-year-old Marlise Munoz from life support after a protracted legal battle between Munoz’s family and the…

Freshman Cunningham begins record-breaking career

By TINA CASO – 8 years ago

On Jan. 16, freshman Julia Cunningham of the women’s swimming and diving team broke a 10-year-old school record in the 100 Yard Butterfly. At the Seven Sisters Tournament less than…

Sherman enlivens post-game interviews

By CLYFF YOUNG – 8 years ago

The weekend between the NFL Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl is always a little bit sad. It is more than a little bit sad, actually—it is full-on disheartening…

All-Star game favors fan picks

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

Every year, when the NBA All-Star game starters are announced, people are disappointed since fans choose who starts the game. People go to the NBA All-Star game in mid-February annually…

Anthony refreshes mediocre NY Knicks

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

Even casual fans should have heard by now of Carmelo Anthony’s 62 point outing last Friday night at Madison Square Garden. The media went crazy, documenting what was the greatest…