Day: December 3, 2014

Cushing, Greens unite in arts activism event

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 7 years ago

Each residence house on campus holds different events throughout the year and they are as diverse as the houses themselves. This year, Cushing House is holding “Effecting Change Through Art”…

Carpenter carves up record book

By AMREEN BHASIN – 7 years ago

Women’s cross-country has had a successful season this semester, but one runner in particular has drunk deeply from the chalice of success. Senior cross-country runner Cassidy Carpenter is proud of…

Admin. must realize systematic change

By THE EDITORS – 7 years ago

Last week, Margolis Healy & Associates released their preliminary report highlighting their findings and future recommendations for Vassar College’s Safety and Security Department. In the report, they revealed that they…

Report finds serious flaws in Security Dept.

By BETHAN JOHNSON & MARIE SOLIS – 7 years ago

“We are extremely concerned about the state of the Vassar College Safety and Security Department,” read the opening page of a recently released security survey conducted by Margolis Healy and…

VSA looks to improve structure

By RHYS JOHNSON – 7 years ago

The Vassar Student Association (VSA) is currently undergoing an external review of its structure, policies and activities by an outside specialist firm, the SG Consulting Group. They will comment on…

Post office retirees reflect on past, future of mailroom

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 7 years ago

The campus mailroom works like a well-oiled machine. It’s constantly circulating a myriad of documents ranging from admission applications and health forms to issues of The Poughkeepsie Journal and an…

CommunityHack to cultivate competition in programming

By ERIK HALBERG – 7 years ago

For most, the concept of hacking carries a negative stigma, due in large parts to things like Julian Assange and his Wikileaks and the recent hacking of celebrities’ private photos.…

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