Day: February 5, 2014

Super Bowl part of U.S. culture

By CLYFF YOUNG – 10 years ago

The calendar is peppered with days celebrating the birth, progress and success of the United States of America. Each holiday is uniquely defined by tradition and, more often than not,…

Celtics game stirs emotional response

By LUKA LADAN – 10 years ago

By now, you will have heard about the basketball game that took place on Sunday, January 26th—if you’re any sort of a basketball fan, that is. In an otherwise unspectacular…

Men’s basketball defeats Liberty League opponent RPI

By AMREEN BHASIN – 10 years ago

Co-Ed Squash This weekend, the Brewers traveled to New York City in order to face both Fordham University and New York University. The Brewers first played against host Fordham University,…

Alum shares memories of late historian

By BRIAN FARKAS – 10 years ago

Last week, Vassar lost a living treasure. Elizabeth Daniels ’41 passed away at the age of 93. Alive for more than half of Vassar’s existence, Betty arrived as a student…

By the Numbers

By THE MISCELLANY NEWS STAFF – 10 years ago

Editors Note: The Miscellany News has decided to begin publishing “By the Numbers,” which occasionally features a chart without additional analysis or opinions, allowing students to make their own interpretations.…

Internships warrant fair compensation

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 10 years ago

This summer, Vassar students may engage in a wide number of opportunities, ranging from internships, to fellowships, research, or, of course, catching up on their favorite shows on Netflix. For…

Super Bowl a complex part of our society

By LILY ELBAUM – 10 years ago

This weekend was Super Bowl XLVIII (or 48 for those of you not well versed in Roman numerals). It is the biggest tradition in American football, one watched by millions…

Botox might have medical, non-cosmetic opportunity

By DELANEY FISCHER – 10 years ago

Botox is a neurotoxic drug produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum that is known for use in cosmetic surgery to reduce wrinkles on the face and prevent aging. In fact,…

VSA Leadership Conference fails to address org needs

By JESSICA TARANTINE – 10 years ago

Last Saturday, Feb. 1, was the first Spring Leadership Conference (SLC) which was described as both a “refresher” and “mini-training” to complement the Fall Leadership Conference (FLC). I was optimistic…