Day: April 1, 2015

Female-focused exhibition brings art form to forefront

By THOMAS HILL & EMMA ROSENTHAL – 7 years ago

For the next several weeks, the Art Library is privileged to present to the Vassar community an exhibition of artists’ books, entitled “Misbehaving: Artists’ Books by Women Artists,” on view…

Student work covers Palmer walls in annual exhibition

By YIFAN WANG – 7 years ago

This week, it’s probably impossible for anyone to walk past the retreat without notice the Palmer Gallery now filled by numerous black and white drawings. While these works might not…

ASA screens Detroit film, Vincent Who?

By CONNOR MACILWAIN – 7 years ago

On Wednesday April 8, in Rocky 200, Vincent Who? will be screened. The film starts at 7:00 and its producer, Curtis Chin, will be in attendance. Vincent Who? is a…

Lamar’s album takes political look at rap

By CHARLES LYONS-BURT – 7 years ago

A young rapper stirs in his urban, impoverished hometown. People begin to take notice of him at an early age: despite his humble beginnings and depressed surroundings, he makes his…

‘Whiplash’ tells tale of educational woes

By SIEU NGUYEN – 7 years ago

Despite acknowledging that “Birdman”’s tri­umph at this year’s Academy Awards was well-deserved, my personal pick was and is still “Whiplash,” directed by Damien Chazelle. Perhaps I adore this film since…

New horror flick harkens back to classics

By REID ANTIN – 7 years ago

In the 1970s and 80s, the horror genre was at its peak. The era had everything from genuinely great classics like Halloween and The Shining, to wonderfully so-bad-it’s-good schlock like…

9 Hapless Passengers Who Ruin Roadtrips

By ZANDER BASHAW – 7 years ago

The Overpacker This person manages the impressive feat of being annoying both before and during the trip. First, they expect help loading their bags, (which appear to be enough for…

Misc-adventurous Maddy livetweets #JobSearch2k15

By MADDY VOGEL – 7 years ago

While half my brain is still living in denial that I am graduating in 60-some days, thanks to my parents’…encouragement (read: nagging) and my overwhelming sense of guilt and fear,…