Day: September 9, 2015

Young, Wild and Free: Youthful talent sparks Vassar XC

By ASHLEY HOYLE – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Vassar College Athletics Coming out of a long summer grinding away with personal training regimens and a rigorous preseason training block, the Vassar cross country program is preparing…

ALANA Center welcomes new director, fresh ideas

By NOBLE INGRAM – 6 years ago

By Sam Pianello Amidst the typical frenzy of early September and the beginning of the school year, an unfamiliar figure has emerged that seeks to redirect the campus’ prolific activist…

OVA offers veterans college opportunities

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Vassar College Media Relations Josh was running late. He had been off campus helping a veteran who hadn’t fully registered for the four classes that that were required…

Pacio expands reach of CAAD

By CONNOR MCLLWAIN – 6 years ago

A regular trailer rarely receives much attention. But the surprisingly adaptable Collaboratory has been all over campus and played host to a number of creative installations, displays and workshops since…

Walsh hired as new Director of Athletics

By AMREEN BHASIN – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Vassar College Athletics On Aug. 17, Vassar College’s new Athletic Director, Michelle Walsh, had her first day of work as a Brewer. Walsh was selected after an exhaustive…

New Admins need stronger support system from College

By THE EDITORS – 6 years ago

During a session of last year’s VSA Council, former VSA VP for Student Life Hannah Matsunaga ’16 remarked at a concerning trend that she and many others have observed about…

Recent Vassar fellowships foster worldly wisdom abroad

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

Your plans for next year could have been determined as early as Aug. 20, according to the ‘Important Dates’ found on Vassar’s Fellowships and Pre-Health Advising website. Students who apply…

International recruiting values more than just numbers

By ALAN HAGINS – 6 years ago

In two weeks, newly hired Assistant Director of Admissions, Sarah Fischer, will travel to a few select schools in Hong-Kong, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam to recruit the best and brightest…

Summer travel: Hong Kong, Colorado, London, Williamsburg

By CHRISTOPHER BROWN, ZOE KURTZ, SARAH SANDLER, ALEXANDRA TRUNNELL, – 6 years ago

Hong Kong, China Christopher Brown Over the summer, I had the privilege of working in Hong Kong for a summer job with the Center for Talented Youth as a Residential…

Foodstagram: an account of a juicy summertime fling

By PENINA REMLER – 6 years ago

The classic “Hey, how was your summer?” conversation is inevitable upon returning to school. In fact, the person who asks this obligatory question is often interrupted mid-sentence with the standard,…

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