Day: May 24, 2014

Panel examines racial profiling

By MARIE SOLIS – 7 years ago

On May 20, a panel entitled, “Does Racial Profiling Happen Here: Cappy Answers to Recent Bias Incidents” was held in the Villard Room to the attendance of over 200 members…

Course evaluations may change

By MEAGHAN HUGHES – 7 years ago

The last day of classes tends to mean two things to students: food from the professor and Course Evaluation Questionnaires, or CEQs. These evaluation forms have been used for a…

Senior DJs featured at Shiva event

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 7 years ago

For the past two years, the Shiva Rave has lived on with a huge stigma and a bad reputation for getting shut down two years ago. But on Wednesday, May…

Spring sports finish historic seasons

By CHRIS BROWN – 7 years ago

This spring season for Vassar athletics was one full of broken records, improved seasons, and all around impressive athletic ability. Many athletes had their first season with the Brewers, while…

Johnson retires after 41 years

By GABBY MILLER – 7 years ago

Asked what single piece of advice she would like to pass on to past and present Vassar students, anthropology professor Lucy Johnson gave the following pair of words: serendipity and…

Tananbaum scholar Nguyen to work toward social justice

By SHANNON LIAO – 7 years ago

As students scrambled for internships and grant money for this upcoming summer, a few passionate juniors were selected by the Career Development Office for the Tananbaum Program. Benedict Nguyen ’15…

Summer housing options remain limited for students

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 7 years ago

By the time the month of May comes to a close, most Vassar students will already be off campus and cloistered in air-conditioned rooms. But students staying on-campus in Noyes…

Preliminary org criticized for online image

By NOBLE INGRAM – 7 years ago

On Tuesday, May 13, the Vassar preliminary student organization, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), posted an image online linked to Nazi propaganda. The distribution of the image, as well…

News Briefs 5/25/14

By NOBLE INGRAM & MEAGHAN HUGHES – 7 years ago

CIA to no longer use vaccination effort as front A newly disclosed CIA policy mandates that the CIA will no longer use vaccination programs as a part of its operations,…

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