Day: September 17, 2014

Women’s tennis comes out on top in season’s first matches

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

Cross Country This past Saturday, XC traveled to Saratoga Springs to compete in a well-attended meet. The runners faced tough competition against nationally and regionally ranked opponents, including: NYU, Ithaca…

U.S. visa application reveals racist policies

By UDBHAV AGARWAL – 7 years ago

My first memory of 9/11 goes as far back as the day itself. I had just turned 6. The new millennium had started. Classroom dates were changed from the 1999s…

Push toward natural sciences infringes on VC liberal arts

By CHRISTOPHER BROWN – 7 years ago

This past weekend was the notorious a cappella auditions weekend throughout Vassar’s campus. Being a member of an a cappella group, I was preoccupied with preview concerts, singing, auditions and…

New virus on rise, children susceptible

By DELANEY FISCHER – 7 years ago

As many may have heard, last week, an enterovirus started to take over the Midwest. An enterovirus is a type of RNA virus that usually enters the body through a…

Colleges infantalize students

By ZACK STRUVER – 7 years ago

The American university system has institutionalized the transition from childhood into adulthood. Students spend the formative years of their adulthood in institutions of higher learning, and those institutions espouse individual…

Santos’ photography offers tribute to Mexican heritage

By NICOLE SCHONITZER – 7 years ago

All art instruction—coming from both within Vassar’s Art department and elsewhere—seeks to teach students one fundamental skill. They want you to learn, or, more specifically, relearn how to see. Photographer…