Day: April 9, 2014

Poetry month events honor Vassar alumna

By ISABELLA DELEO – 7 years ago

“April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot in his epic poem “Wasteland.” Even so, for Eliot, this harsh stint might be said to have one redeeming quality: It’s also…

Great American novel hits broadway stage

By ALBERT MUZQUIZ – 7 years ago

Mr. Franco will not be taking pictures,” said a stern security guard to the horde of teenage girls that had congregated by the stage door. My sister, who was at…

Brother dynamic at heart of music doc

By JOE LOVIZIO – 7 years ago

I love music documentaries. I love the behind the scenes look these films offer, from the fly on the wall vérité style of D.A. Pennebaker’s works to the unabashed candidness…

‘Noah’ adds complexity to biblical tale

By MAX ROOK – 7 years ago

“Noah” is a film that never completely commits to any single style or genre. It alternates between big-budget action movie, intimate psychological character study and family melodrama, seemingly at random.…

Harry Potter never had to deal with this bullshit

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 7 years ago

I hate job interviews. In truth, I haven’t had a real job interview since before my senior year of high school. It was for this six-week art co-op program that…

New Goose Inclusion Act: addressing foul inequality

By JEMMA HOWLETT – 7 years ago

With spring finally here, you may have noticed the remarkable increase of Geese on Vassar’s campus. The appearance of this fowl has been met with comments such as, “They should…