Day: November 18, 2015

Campus Patrol provides extra layer of support to students

By MARIA BELL – 6 years ago

While it’s probably true that getting through four years without needing per­sonal help from Campus Patrol would be ideal, having an experience with Campus Patrol isn’t the catastrophe many students…

Mentors in Violence Prevention leave lasting impact

By SARAH SANDLER – 6 years ago

Sexual violence is not just an important sub­ject for college students, it is a worldwide issue. Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) is an organization that has influenced military bases as…

Mayor-elect Rob Rolison discusses local crime rates

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 6 years ago

courtesy of Rob Rolison In the last issue of The Miscellany News, an analysis of Mayor-Elect of the City of Pough­keepsie Rob Rolison’s policies and plans for Poughkeepsie’s future explored…

Outside the Bubble

By SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

ISIS Terrorists Assail Non-Combatants On Friday, Nov. 16, three teams of terrorists carried out a coordinated attack at six locations in and around Paris leaving 129 civilians dead and 352…

XC conquers muddy finale at NCAA Atlantic Regionals

By ZACH RIPPE – 6 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Athletics With their season coming to a close this past Saturday, both the men and wom­en’s cross country teams were eager and ready for their final race,…

Indoors and out, Brewers up to challenge, win in rout

By AMREEN BHASIN – 6 years ago

Men’s Fencing The Men’s fencing team started off their sea­son at the Vassar College Invitational this past Sunday. The team went 6-1 on the day, their only loss a heartbreaker…

Why this Giants’ loss is actually a good thing

By ADAM JOSEPH D'AGOSTINO SR. – 6 years ago

Giants fans the world over (yes, again I am one of them) felt the same heartbreak on Nov. 15 as the team fell to the Patriots 27-26 on a last…