Day: March 4, 2015

Dutchess County political figures illuminate voting issues

By CHRIS POMPETZKI – 7 years ago

On Sunday Mar. 1, Vassar’s chapter of Democracy Matters invited several local political figures to speak to members of the Vassar community and Poughkeepsie residents about the issues related to…

MEChA calls for inclusivity in admissions

By EMILY HOFFMAN – 7 years ago

On Monday, Mar. 2nd, M.E.Ch.A. de Vassar, a cultural organization on campus, sent a letter of demands to President Catharine Hill regarding the College’s enrollment and financial policies when admitting…

Outside the Bubble 3/5/15

By BETHAN JOHNSON – 7 years ago

Video Shows LAPD Officers Shooting Man   Video has emerged of an altercation between four Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers and an allegedly homeless man that resulted in the…

Big East removal brings basketball blues

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

As we approach March Madness and the conference tournaments leading up to it, I am saddened by the fact that there is no longer a Big East Tournament in Madison…

Sportsman psyche linked to crime?

By ELAINA PETERKIN – 7 years ago

Jameis Winston, star quarterback of the Florida State University Seminoles football team, is the projected first draft pick for NFL. There is no denying his talent and skill on the…

Get down and nerdy: why analytics matter

By ROB CARPENTER – 7 years ago

It is difficult to contest the recent success of analytics in American Sports. This is true particularly in the way analytics have allowed teams to better evaluate talent and uncover…

Frozen roads slip up spring team schedules

By ERIK QUINSON – 7 years ago

Men’s Lacrosse The Brewers opened their season on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at Tenney Stadium on Marist College’s campus with a landslide victory against Manhattanville. The men ended the day with…