Day: May 6, 2015

Vassar Greens, Dems host activists, promote sustainability

By EMILY HOFFMAN – 7 years ago

On May 1, the Vassar Democrats and the Vassar Greens hosted environmental activists Jason Angell ’00 and Jocelyn Apicello, who advocated for greater ecological consciousness and sustainability efforts. Photo By:…

Outside the Bubble 5/7/15

By MISCELLANY NEWS STAFF – 7 years ago

Baltimore Recovering in Wake of Freddie Gray Protests On May 3, after weeks of violent unrest spurred by the death of Freddie Gray, the latest national symbol of institutional discrimination…

Analytics key to modern NBA success

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

Several weeks ago, basketball legend Charles Barkley decided to make it his mission to attack the growing emphasis on sports analytics in the modern NBA. At one point during his…

Spurs’ fall means NBA reshuffle

By ROB CARPENTER – 7 years ago

Hobbling down the court with a pulled hamstring, guarded by one of the league’s stingiest defenses, Chris Paul, star point guard of the Los Angeles Clippers, made a play that…

Exercise linked to development of mind

By ELAINA PETERKIN – 7 years ago

There is admittedly a certain mental agility required for successful strategizing during games by athletes. In game situations, the athlete as an individual must apply prior knowledge of technique needed…

Track shines bright at Vassar’s annual Twilight Meet

By MARIE SOLIS AND CHRIS GONZALEZ – 7 years ago

Senior Heather Ingraham was part of the 4x100m that took second in the Twilight Meet over the weekend. Ingraham set a new national Division III record in the 400m dash,…

Supreme Court case weighs in on capital punishment

By EMILY SAYER – 7 years ago

Last April, Oklahoma death-row inmate Clayton Lockett was administered a sedative called midazolam that failed to subdue the painful effects of the drug cocktail used in his lethal injection, subjecting…