Day: February 5, 2014

The Miscellany News Guide to: Valentine’s Day Magic

By LILY SLOSS – 7 years ago

I could write an article about the Super Bowl. Because, you know, it’s “topical” and whatnot. But Lily “Washington State” Doyle is borderline apoplectic about her team’s big win, so…

Elizabeth Daniels leaves legacy

By ANNA IOVINE – 7 years ago

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Vassar lost a valuable member of its community. College Historian Emerita and Professor Emerita of English, Elizabeth “Betty” Daniels ’41, passed away at the age of…

Impending inspection highlights fire hazards

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 7 years ago

Incense. Hot plates. Propane tanks. Fireworks. It shouldn’t surprise anyone to learn that these items are prohibited in Vassar dwellings. The category of fire hazard, however, is broader than what…

Alum composes for multimedia

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 7 years ago

For most gamers, a video game is about reaching a new high score or beating a personal record. Jamie Christopherson ’97 is also preoccupied with score—but for him, this means…

Record fails to reflect men’s volleyball skills

By JONATHAN SAFIR – 7 years ago

Sometimes, a team’s record can be misleading. To call the Vassar College men’s volleyball 1-3 start to the season a disappointment would not be fair. After taking No. 4 ranked…

College must address lack of ELL resources

By THE EDITORS – 7 years ago

Vassar College prides itself on the liberal arts education it offers its students; an important aspect of this education is developing and refining writing skills. This importance is emphasized during…

Toastmasters club sharpens public speaking prowess

By SHANNON LIAO – 7 years ago

To the student nervously prepping for a thesis presentation, to the student whose eyes sink to the ground when the professor asks a question, Vassar offers a new speech training…

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