Day: January 28, 2015

Students, Poughkeepsie residents fire back at VC deer cull

By RHYS JOHNSON – 7 years ago

Vassar College’s winter deer cull, a population management project on the Vassar Farm and Ecological Preserve (VFEP), during which deer are systematically hunted for the purpose of protecting ecological safety,…

Outside the Bubble 1/29/15

By BETHAN JOHNSON AND RHYS JOHNSON – 7 years ago

GOP presidential possibles rev up for 2016 Throughout December and January, over a dozen Republican politicians and businessmen have garnered the attention of the media for their subtle preparations for a…

Women’s basketball bonds in face of Liberty League

By AMREEN BHASIN – 7 years ago

Vassar College’s Women’s basketball team this year has had a busy time during Winter Break. The team began conference play on January 2nd, 2015 and is now about halfway through…

Silent Lynch not rude, simply speechless

By CLAIRE STANDAERT – 7 years ago

“How important was it to keep the ball on the ground and run out the clock?” “Yeah.” “How does your back feel Marshawn?” “Yeah.” “How are you feeling?” “Yeah.” Marshawn…

Off-field regimen vital to athletes’ longevity

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

If the 2015 NFL playoffs will be remembered for anything other than controversial officiating decisions, it will be for the career longevity of the quarterbacks. Two of the greatest quarterbacks…

NBA hierarchy in state of flux

By ROBERT CARPENTER – 7 years ago

As the NBA season nears the All-star Break, it is clear that for better or worse, “times are a changing”. Even if they were never meant to describe Basketball, the…

Brewers stay competitive over lengthy winter break

By ZACH RIPPE – 7 years ago

Women’s Basketball The Women’s basketball team went 3-4 over the break, facing several tough opponents. Their efforts were highlighted by a tight 51-49 win over Hartwick College on Dec. 30. …