Day: October 29, 2014

Views on seasonal drink reveal misogyny

By MARIE SOLIS – 7 years ago

A couple of weeks ago on a particularly warm fall day, I went to Starbucks with a friend. As I surveyed my drink options, weighing the merits of the perennial…

Two-party system ineffective

By UDBHAV AGARWAL – 7 years ago

The hostility in the political world is appalling. If there is one thing about the United States that I haven’t been able to understand, it is its political parties. Coming…

Manga exhibit examines feminity in Japanese culture

By JAKE SOLOMON – 7 years ago

This week, vividly colored and action-filled artwork will soon adorn the walls of the Palmer Gallery. But unlike most other exhibits at the gallery, “The World of Shojo Manga! Mirrors…

Under the Covers promises spooky, engaging showcase

By CHARLES LYONS – 7 years ago

The singing of carols and hymns during the Christmas season is a well-known, distinctly musical form of holiday commemoration, but this year, Vassar’s ViCE organization is redefining Halloween in musical…

BBC series artfully delves into Israel-Palestine conflict

By JAMES PEDERSON – 7 years ago

When a family member is kidnapped, Anglo-Israeli arms heiress-turned-philanthropist Nessa Stein struggles with the past and present as her Arab-Israeli telecommunications initiative is manipulated by dark forces beyond her control.…

Comic con proves welcoming to novices

By MADELINE VOGEL AND PALAK PATEL – 7 years ago

Attending an official Comic Con event has been something we have both been wanting to do for years. In fact, we didn’t really realize we both enjoyed comics and all…

Logic’s influenced album boasts strong production

By FRANK HOFFMAN – 7 years ago

Logic, a rapper hailing from Maryland has dropped mixtapes for years that have established him as a student of the rap game, though not necessarily an innovator. However, on his…