Day: October 1, 2014

Band ‘Y2K’ to reconfigure sound for acoustic Loeb show

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 7 years ago

During freshman orientation last year, Nicholas Kohombon ’17 and Adriano Rozenthal ’17 were playing Muse in Kohombon’s room in Noyes when Jackson Dammann ’17 walked by and couldn’t help but…

Documentary delves into controversies of animal testing

By SAACHI JAIN – 7 years ago

In his documentary “Maximum Tolerated Dose,” Karol Orzechowski brings a new perspective to the world of animal testing by including the stories of both the animals that have experienced it…

CAAD encourages interdisciplinary studies

By NICOLE SCHONITZER – 7 years ago

The Creative Arts Across Disciplines (CAAD) Initiative attempts to break new ground in a field known for innovation. The program takes the form of a three-year program funded by a…

‘Gilmore Girls’ evolves with multiple views

By MARIE SOLIS – 7 years ago

There are few things I liked at age 12 that I still like now. Flared jeans, layerable tank tops, the musical stylings of Colbie Callait — I’ve grown out of…

‘Tusk’ exactly what Kevin Smith wanted

By PALAK PATEL – 7 years ago

Kevin Smith’s newest movie this year is definitely a different type of film experience. As a huge fan of horror films, I went into “Tusk” hoping the film ran in…

‘Gone Girl’ fails to reflect Fincher’s talent

By CHARLES LYONS – 7 years ago

“Gone Girl” moves fast. David Fincher’s tenth film, in which Ben Affleck plays Nick Dunne, an out-of-work writer and bar owner in Missouri whose wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), goes missing…

The Misc Guide to: taking the perfect Snapchat selfie

By KELLY YU – 7 years ago

On Sunday, Sept 28, a young, naive Vassar student clicked the send button on the most important Snapchat in selfie history. This almost un-screenshot-able Snap lasted about one second and…