Day: November 19, 2014

Meigs ’16 New website transforms online job search

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 8 years ago

Taleo, Brass Ring, LinkedIn—any student in search of an internship or post-graduation job knows the unfair, confusing, and outright ridiculous world of career vetting. Making one stand out is hard…

Gender inequality takes on violent forms

By EMILY SAYER – 8 years ago

Of the largest global populations, a shocking gender imbalance is emerging as the by-product of centuries of perverse societal constraints and practices. China and India harbor cultures of anti-female sentiment…

Marketing relies on gender norms

By SARAH SANDLER – 8 years ago

Some of my very first memories include me playing with a Little Tikes beauty salon and my brother playing with a tool workshop. I played with Barbies and he played…

BurgerFi image conceals ethical dilemma

By ROCKWELL SCHWARTZ – 8 years ago

Vassar students are eating up a greenwashed atrocity marketed specifically to an eco-minded student body. On Oct. 1, The Miscellany News covered the opening of BurgerFi , the new burger…

Student orgs bring dynamic slam poet to perform at VC

By YIFAN WANG – 8 years ago

What is it that encompasses the meaningfulness of words, the rhythm of poem, the energy of rap, the dynamic of tones, gestures and facial expressions, and the sheer influential power…

Small ensemble joins forces for pithy piece

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 8 years ago

Woodshed, a student-run, experimental theater organization, will be presenting “Snow Hen” at the Shiva Theater on Nov. 21 and 22. The cast, only comprised of three students, Mariah Ghant ‘17,…