Day: March 26, 2014

Independent work offers in-depth studies

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 8 years ago

While Vassar now offers a diverse curriculum with over 1,000 courses among 30 departments, it cannot cover every conceivable topic that students may want to explore. For this reason, the…

Senior returns to Deece for three-week vegan challenge

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

“Behind me, you’ll see the All Campus Dining Center, known affectionately on campus as ‘the Deece.’ The options at the Deece are endless, the staff is extremely accommodating—you can eat…

Dialogue highlights status of Native American studies

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

On Monday March 25, the ALANA Center played host to an event called, “Imagining an Indigenous Vassar: The History and Future of Native Studies/Students” as part of the on-going ALANA…

College hosts high school Math League

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 8 years ago

On Wednesday, March 19, Vassar hosted local high school math league teams for the Dutchess/Ulster/Sullivan/Orange Counties (DUSO) Math League Championships. The attending high schools included Arlington, Cornwall, Chapel Field, New…

Outside the Bubble 3/27/14

By SHELIA HU – 8 years ago

Mass Protests in Turkey This week, thousands of protesters took the streets in dozens of cities in Turkey demonstrating against the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The spark of these…

Brewers compete in difficult matches on spring trips

By CHRIS BROWN – 8 years ago

Men’s Tennis The men’s tennis team spent their spring break playing difficult matches in California. Their first match was against Chapman University on March 10. Freshman Nick Litsky got his…

Eastern Conference lacks consistency

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

Although the Miami Heat has dominated the NBA over the last couple years, the majority of their fellow Eastern Conference teams have not followed suit. While the Western Conference has…