Day: November 18, 2015

Top physician fosters empathy in medicine

By ALAN HAGINS – 6 years ago

courtesy of TEDxAtlanta  At some point, you’re bound to get sick. Your body will refuse to do the simple tasks it had no problem doing yesterday. If you make it…

VSA calls for gender neutral bathroom plan

By EILIS DONOHUE – 6 years ago

by Spencer Davis Vassar has been co-ed since 1969, and its dorms have been co-ed since the issue was put to a vote in the 1980s. One of today’s issues…

Class echoes challenges of UN

By KAITLYNN VO – 6 years ago

It can be hard, sometimes, to make certain decisions. There are choices such as not hitting the snooze button, getting out of bed, going to class. Some days are easier…

Beal finds harmony of music, film

By SIEU NGUYEN – 6 years ago

The name of Jeff Beal may not be as well-known as “House of Cards,” the Netflix original series on Washington politics, but the show owes much of its popularity to…

Gallagher, Hallum highlight banner year

By WINNIE YEATES – 6 years ago

by Leo Hilton There are a host of ways to judge the success of a team’s season. The women’s volleyball team fin­ished with a 14-15 record overall on the year,…

VSA initiative a step toward supporting student activism

By THE EDITORS – 6 years ago

This past Sunday, the VSA proposed a re­form initiative that is expected to both expedite the funding process for student pro­tests and promote campuswide activism. The emergency funding plan that…

Disabilities expert urges greater openness on campus

By DEREK SONNTAG – 6 years ago

by Sam Pianello To many at Vassar, constructive discussion on issues of disabilities and its social implica­tions is lacking. On Nov. 12, however, the Office of Accessibility and Educational Opportunity’s…

Martinez explores changing Caribbean cultural identity

By ADITI CHANDNA – 6 years ago

“Professor Martinez San Miguel is one of those rare scholars of broad thematic, geographical, linguistic and multi-disciplinary range whose books always force us to shift parameters and reconsider accepted interpre­tations…

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