Day: April 16, 2014

NBA star rivalry sparks debate among fans

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

The Lebron James-Kevin Durant rivalry that has been developing for the past few years is the closest thing that many of us will ever be able to see comparable to…

Masters ushers golf’s best to green

By CLYFF YOUNG – 8 years ago

The Masters, the first major golf tournament of the year played at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, is the single best event of the PGA Tour season. It…

Spurs players hold top spot in spite of age

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

Despite having a 37-year-old Tim Duncan, a 36-year-old Manu Ginobili and a 31-year-old Tony Parker, the San Antonio Spurs have won over 60 games this season. In fact, they also…

Preference for athletes inappropriate

By MEAGHAN HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER BROWN & TINA CASO – 8 years ago

In last week’s issue, sports columnist Luka Ladan published a column in Sports favoring preferential treatment for athletes during the senior housing draw. Ladan argued that student-athletes should be designated…

New app helps with tiring effects of jet lag

By DELANEY FISHER – 8 years ago

Being from right outside of Pittsburgh, I have never had to fly to Vassar after breaks. I have always taken a bus or driven a car here. Traveling to or…

Vassar community expresses support for Security union

By SPENCER RESNICK – 8 years ago

The following are two public letters created by the Vassar Student/Labor Dialogue, the first of which signed of by more than 750 members of the Vassar community, including students, faculty,…

New CARES policy detailed to student body

By CARES – 8 years ago

Since 1989, CARES has served Vassar as a confidential peer-listening resource for students affected by any type of personal violation issue. Personal violation includes sexual assault, relationship abuse, domestic violence,…