Day: November 4, 2015

Chapel damaged in concert

By RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

by Sam Pianello Early in the afternoon following sing­er-bassist Thundercat’s much-antici­pated performance in the Vassar Chapel on Saturday, Oct. 24, members of Vassar Catholic Community (VCC) entered the building to…

Alumni offer guidance into world of finance

By ALAN HAGINS – 6 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Media Relations  Landing a job in finance is tough, but the hardest part might be the first step—breaking in to the in­dustry. As students repeatedly hear, networking…

NYC exhibit depicts local scenes

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 6 years ago

courtesy of Bertrand Delacroix Gallery On a campus filled with history, it’s easy to overlook the signifi­cance of Vassar’s larger community. But just like Vassar, Poughkeepsie has a rich history.…

Tough test for XC at Championships

By WINNIE YEATES – 6 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Athletics Through rain, sleet and snow, in the blazing heat and frig­id cold, the Vassar cross country team has run and run hard. Despite their determination and…

VC should rethink interactions with greater community

By THE EDITORS – 6 years ago

The tangible divide between Vassar and the surrounding Town of Poughkeep­sie is clear in the minds of most students. Living on campus means living inside the mythical “Vassar bubble,” in…

Exercise made exciting in spirit of Halloween

By KAITLYNN VO – 6 years ago

People from all ages from Vassar and from the community hud­dled on the quad in front of Rocke­feller Hall on Saturday. Outfitted in costumes, athletic apparel or a spir­ited combination…

Only white concerns motivate reform in penal system

By EMILY SAYER – 6 years ago

Over the course of this first week of Novem­ber, 6,000 federal prisoners will premature­ly return home as a result of the United States Sentencing Commission’s mass reductions in drug charges.…

Herbstessen discussion brings Refugee Crises to light

By KAITLYNN VO – 6 years ago

Shrouded in the inky depths of typical mid-autumnal evening, Vassar College’s Aula projected rays of light into the brisk No­vember night. Housed in its protective Ely Hall, the luminance emanating…

MECHA holiday celebrations offer elements of home

By KAYLA GONZALEZ – 6 years ago

courtesy of Mecha “Being Latino is pivotal to my time here at Vassar. I really couldn’t imagine being any other race.” Sergio Perez ’18 shared this thought to a small…

Annual Consortium revitalizes student sustainability

By SARAH SANDLER – 6 years ago

courtesy of Walter Garschagen The Villard Room is going green this week­end. The annual consortium of colleges and universities will be gathering at Vassar to discuss how to get students…

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