Day: September 9, 2015

Transitions makes radio waves

By RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

In her closing remarks to this year’s cohort, Transitions Intern Taylor Veasley ’18 wrote to this year’s 56-student group, “You did not get in because of your disadvantages, but in…

New security director looks to rebuild community trust

By SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

As announced in an all-campus email this summer from Dean of the College Christopher Roellke, the College has officially appointed Arlene Sabo as the new Director of Safety and Security.…

Poignant performances confirm baseball is back

By ZACH RIPPE – 6 years ago

As it stands today, the Toronto Blue Jays, Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros and New York Mets are all in first place. Yes the Astros, a team that won 51…

Letter to the Editor

By JULIAN HASSAN – 6 years ago

I am writing this open letter to the incoming VSA president Ramy Abbady and to Vassar faculty members who share his views. As a former student with a Vassar degree,…

Perceived major practicality restricts student freedom

By SOPHIA BURNS – 6 years ago

This summer, the usual slew of college-themed articles came across my screen, discussing everything from Greek life and party culture to the real economic value of college today. One in…

Trump’s rise indicates GOP frustration

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 6 years ago

As I watched the 2016 race ramp up this summer, Howard Beale’s word came to mind: “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!” To be…

Name familiarity breaks down first year barriers

By DREW HARDIN – 6 years ago

Freshmen orientation is a prime opportunity to make mistakes: entering the wrong buildings, tripping over the wobbly Deece step, occupying the hallways because you’re scared of the TH’s and even…