Day: March 26, 2014

Wichita suffers devastating defeat

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

Last Sunday, during the NCAA tournament, a historically undefeated Wichita State team faced off against a powerhouse Kentucky team that featured a lineup full of freshmen. But in the end,…

Vassar fans add to athletic atmosphere

By LUKA LADAN AND JONATHAN SAFIR – 8 years ago

The springtime is upon us, or at least it’s supposed to be on paper. The days are still chilly and the nights can get downright freezing in upstate New York,…

By the Numbers 3/27/14

By – 8 years ago

This chart shows the average verbal and mathematical SAT scores for matriculating male and female Vassar students. This chart assumes a gender binary of male and female. This information was retrieved…

Faculty letter squelches campus voices

By FAIRNESS TO ISRAEL – 8 years ago

The “Open Letter in Defense of Academic Freedom in Palestine/Israel and the United States,” signed by 39 Vassar professors and published March 1st, is a disturbing document, although not in…

Eye strain plagues all-day PC viewing

By DELANEY FISCHER – 8 years ago

It’s that time once again: We’re back from spring break and it’s time to get back to doing endless hours of schoolwork. For many, including myself, this includes hours of…

A newfound perspective of Costa Rica

By LILY ELBAUM – 8 years ago

I spent some time in Costa Rica over spring break, and I realized a couple things. Firstly, how horribly, awfully, terribly cold it has been this winter. Second, that pretty…

Letter to the Editor 3/27/14

By MARK BANSCHICK – 8 years ago

The February 28th “Open letter in defense of academic freedom in Palestine/Israel and in the United States” which was published in the Miscellany News is a remarkable document. It’s signed…

Ideals essential to our own philosophies

By JULIAN HASSAN – 8 years ago

The faculty open letter supporting the ASA Israeli boycott resolution has been welcomed by some activists around campus. I want to reach out to the young idealists among these activists…