Day: April 9, 2014

Letter to the Editor 04/10/14

By MELISSA GREEN – 7 years ago

On April 2, The Miscellany News published a letter titled “Campus Discourse Continues to be Strong,” by Joshua Schreier. Professor Schreier seems entirely disinterested in being a role model for…

Letter to the Editor 04/10/14

By JESSICA BERNER – 7 years ago

I am writing this in response to “Student loan debt remains imminent hurdle for seniors” (The Miscellany News, 04.03.14), as I would like to provide information regarding the student loan…

Letter to the Editor 04/10/2014

By GRAHAM STEWART, DYLAN FINLEY, MARTIN MAN – 7 years ago

One of the common arguments against fossil fuel divestment, largely perpetuated by Vassar’s administration and trustees, is that divestment will cost the college money that it is using to fund…

Splitting of nations a commonality

By LILY ELBAUM – 7 years ago

I don’t remember a time where there were two Germanys. I don’t think anyone currently a student at Vassar does. The reunification of Germany was a memorable event for an older…

Opioid overdose drug can be life-saving

By DELANEY FISCHER – 7 years ago

On Thursday, April 3, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new medical device called Evzio that prevents opioid overdoes. An opioid is a chemical derived from opium…

IVP process needs reforms, better training

By MICHAELA REGEHR – 7 years ago

TRIGGER WARNING: This article discusses instances of sexual assault. When I say I’m not safe on campus, I’m not trying to put that reality on anyone else. I don’t want…

Bookstore could be Arlington price equalizer

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 7 years ago

Several weeks ago, the VSA held a forum with the VP of Finance Robert “Bob” Walton and Dean of Strategic Planning Marianne Begemann about a number of ongoing construction projects…