Day: April 22, 2015

Internet, a new frontier for research funding

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 6 years ago

Assistant Professor of Biology David Esteban’s new project is two experiments in one. His scientific goal is to study the role of viruses in the soil, but he is also…

Holocaust survivor speaks for Yom Ha’Shoa

By MEAGHAN HUGHES – 6 years ago

On Thursday, April 16, Holocaust survivor Jean Malkischer spoke about her own experiences as part of Vassar’s recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Malkischer’s talk was one of several events organized…

Visiting monks assemble mandala

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 6 years ago

This week in the Villard Room, three Tibetan Buddhist monks will be creating a sand mandala, and will be holding a dissolution ceremony on Sunday, April 26. For those who…

Golf welcomes new cast of characters

By AMREEN BHASIN – 6 years ago

This season has been one of change, growth and overcoming hardship for the Vassar College women’s golf team. The team has had to contend with a coaching change and an…

Language exchange kicks off

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

“I think the uniqueness of the [Student Language Exchange] (SLE) program is that its a low-key and casual environment that is supposed to pique a person’s interest in the language…

No-Vice, Boilerplate organize dialogue about safe spaces

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM AND CLAIRE STANDAERT – 6 years ago

The CCMPR was tense. How do you begin a conversation on how to begin a conversation? This Wednesday, a collaboration of between NoViCE and Boilerplate Magazine organized this round table…

A more mainstream Vassar to come? Campus weighs in

By CLAIRE STANDAERT – 6 years ago

Over the years, change within Vassar—from a more free-spirited institution to a more straitlaced one—walks a fine line between being perception and fact. Last semester during his talk, writer Jeffrey…

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