Day: December 2, 2015

Community honors Transgender Day of Remembrance

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 4 years ago

In solidarity with victims of trans­phobic violence around the world, Vassar students and staff raised their candles and stood in silence. The vigil, held on Nov. 20 and cospon­sored by…

Meals and spirit served up warm

By ALAN HAGINS – 4 years ago

courtesy of Karl Rabe  On an unusually quiet afternoon in the City of Poughkeepsie last Thursday, Nov. 27, the Family Partnership Center downtown was awash with noise. 600 people sat…

CutThroat wages theatrical war

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 4 years ago

With finals just around the corner, many students are pulling out all the stops when it comes to self–care. For some, this includes the guilty pleasure of re­ality television. But…

VC Rugby advances to DII Final Four

By AMREEN BHASIN – 4 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Athletics Until about a year and a half ago, Vassar College senior Min Chen knew nothing about the sport of rugby. On Saturday, she will be traveling…

Health services lack access, especially when classes end

By THE EDITORS – 4 years ago

UPDATE Regarding this Staff Editorial, Director of Psychological Services Wendy Freedman submitted this clarification about Counseling Services’ finals schedule policy. “The Vassar College Counseling Service wants to ensure that students…

Series navigates, learns from student stories

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 4 years ago

courtesy of Josh Pratt  What would it be like to attend school across an ocean from your home? VCTV seeks to explore the answers to that question from the perspectives…

Students draw from Pomona diversity talks

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 4 years ago

courtesy of Consortium on High Achievement and Success Few issues are more important to today’s col­lege and university administrations than al­laying growing racial tensions. Vassar College’s own administration took an…

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