Day: February 25, 2015

Eating GM fruits not a rotten idea after all

By SARAH SANDLER – 7 years ago

If you walk down the aisles of a grocery store such as Whole Foods or another like-minded health food store, much of the produce and packaged foods will sport labels…

Student debt a burden unlike any other for graduates

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 7 years ago

In 2012, a sort of media blitz emerged when the Consumer Financial Bureau announced that student debt passed the $1 trillion mark, a number that news organizations decided was the…

Working with nonprofits has its challenges, benefits

By SOPHIA BURNS – 7 years ago

Like many Vassar students, my dreams include working for a not-for-profit organization, applying my skills to a social cause I am passionate about. After working in a small, local nonprofit…

Prophet navigates college campus in new VCTV series

By YIFAN WANG – 7 years ago

For the younger generations, religion probably means very different things than it did for our parents. This year, Vassar College Television’s (VCTV) new series, “God Only Knows,” starring Meghan McDonell…

Raunchy Cabaret generates funds, musical momentum

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 7 years ago

Vassar’s only theater group dedicated exclusively to musical theater, Future Waitstaff of America (FWA), is putting on their annual Dessert Cabaret. The performance will take place on Sunday, March 1,…

Sara Kohno unites musical traditions in perfect harmony

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 7 years ago

When one thinks of Japanese culture and music, bluegrass wouldn’t be what normally comes to mind. For Sara Kohno, however, those two blend together perfectly. Sara Kohno, who performed at…

Cult musical translates well to screen

By CHRIS GONZALEZ – 7 years ago

I’m a romantic at heart. In spite of my loneliness and reservations about the world, I root for those who find love and hurt when they lose it. However, I…