Day: April 8, 2015

Alum reflects on life after prison at Green Haven reunion

By EMILY HOFFMAN – 6 years ago

On Saturday, Apr. 4, Vassar hosted the 16th Annual Green Haven Reunion, at which keynote speaker Jeffrey Smith addressed dozens of formerly incarcerated people, students and other community members. Smith…

Faculty committee proposes restructuring of curriculum

By RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

On Mar. 6 and 7, the College’s Committee on Curricular Policies (CCP) presented draft proposals to the faculty that would change the existing academic policies with regards to the course…

Outside the Bubble 4/9/15

By SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

Somali Terrorists Attack University in Kenya Early on the morning of Thursday, Apr. 2, a group of Somali militants stormed Garissa University College in Kenya and killed 147 students. The…

Mr. Consistent, Kriz bumps young Brewers up to top

By AMREEN BHASIN – 6 years ago

The Vassar College men’s volleyball team is set to begin competing in the playoffs of the United Volleyball Conference (UVC) on Friday, April 10 in Hoboken, N.J. at No. 1…

Too much hype mars young college athletes

By SAMUEL HAMMER – 6 years ago

Last year’s draft class received heaps of praise for being the strongest class since 2003 when stars such as LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony were drafted.…

Ins and outs among sport fanatics

By ELAINA PETERKIN – 6 years ago

What is it about sports that causes fanaticism and devotion from athletes and players alike? People are so willing to buy the jerseys, the tickets, to self-educate on stats and…

Athletes’ tweets replace journalistic feats

By ROBERT CARPENTER – 6 years ago

As the literary and journalism worlds prepare for the April 20 announcement of this year’s Pulitzer Prize winners, it is fair to say that the media award season is in…