Day: February 12, 2014

Petition seeks Asian inclusion

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

On Wednesday, February 5, a petition circulated throughout the student body calling for greater inclusion of Asian and Asian-American voices in the Women’s Studies program. The petition was part of…

SART advocates provide student support

By JULIET SIMON – 8 years ago

Nearly 20 percent of undergraduate women report having experience attempted or completed sexual assault since beginning college, according to a study in the Journal of American College Health. Sexual assault occurs on all campuses, even…

Zhu to play in world bridge championship

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 8 years ago

A group of four sit around a square table, one of many in a large convention center. Silence washes over them as they concentrate only on the array of spades,…

VC Squash achieves second place finish

By TINA CASO – 8 years ago

After losing six seniors upon their graduation last year, women’s squash has merged with the men’s team to fulfill the College Squash Association (CSA) nine-person roster requirement. The now co-ed…

JYA office needs to revamp programming

By THE EDITORS – 8 years ago

Study abroad programs are often considered to be one of the hallmarks of a Liberal Arts education. It is a privilege, an educational experience that immerses students in other cultures…

Fashion blog features campus style

By JAKE SOLOMON – 8 years ago

In a world where fashion blogs are more immediate and influential than prestigious magazines such as Vogue or Harper’s Bazaar, a Vassar-centric fashion blog is gaining influence on and off…

VC community rings in Lunar New Year on and off campus

By SHANNON LIAO – 8 years ago

Last Friday, most students were either sleeping in or attending class, but for a select group of students studying Chinese, it was showtime. Belting out Beijing opera, singing group songs,…

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