Day: November 5, 2014

Apps invade privacy of smartphone users

By DELANEY FISCHER – 7 years ago

Going through Apple’s App Store, I always feel overwhelmed. There are so many apps to choose from that I go in looking to download one app and I end up…

No urgency surrounding SAVP vacancy

By We are Here and Break the Silence – 7 years ago

As an institution, Vassar has prided itself on its sensitivity and victim-centered approach to sexual assault. However, when Elizabeth Schrock, the former Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention (SAVP) Coordinator, left…

Orientation fails to cover important topics

By SARAH SANDLER – 7 years ago

Now that we’ve reached the October break benchmark and have gotten into the second half of the semester, I think I’ve spent enough time as a freshman to look back…

Pope’s liberal stance breaks from norm

By EMILY SAYER – 7 years ago

Recently lionized by the media for his unconventional stance regarding the institution of marriage and homosexuality, Pope Francis prodded a traditional conference of bishops, priests and clergymen early this October…

From NYC to Vassar: premiere dancers to perform ballet

By JAKE SOLOMAN – 7 years ago

The world of a professional dancer includes the glamour of performance, the tedious memorization of complex choreography and diligence from an early age. A window into this world will open…