Day: March 2, 2016

Grayson illuminates forgotten narratives in WWI history

By EILIS DONOHUE – 6 years ago

On Feb. 25, University of London Professor Richard Grayson came to Vassar to discuss WWI. Unlike most scholars, however, Grayson spoke on the often-ignored narratives of the Irish. Photo courtesy…

MESC, SJP-sponsored speaker explores identity via theater

By CLARK XU – 6 years ago

During a late evening after class, the Palestin­ian flag made a controversial appearance in Rockefeller Hall. 18 Vassar orgs and pre-orgs lent public support to Najla Said’s solo-perfor­mance of her…

Outside the Bubble

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN AND ETHAN BARATZ – 6 years ago

Catholic Archbishop Criticizes Church Affili­ation with Girl Scout Organization St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson released a let­ter to priests, scout leaders and other Catholics urging priests to break ties with…

Lax to get back on track with big win, tough competition

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 6 years ago

The Vassar men’s lacrosse team is off to a successful 2016 season with a huge 19-7 victory over Western Connecticut State Uni­versity. According to freshman goalie Matt Boyd, “The game…

The rise of Leicester City: An underdog story

By ROBIN DRUMMOND – 6 years ago

If you were to look at the Barclay’s Pre­mier League table a year ago today, things would look unsurprising to any fan of world soccer. The teams in position to…

Tough week shows Brewers have yet to hit their peak

By HANNA MCGUIRE – 6 years ago

Junior captain Trey Cimorelli and the successful men’s volleyball team have been battling a tough stretch of play that has seen them lose narrowly to some of the best competition…

Letter to the Editor

By JEFF SEIDMAN – 6 years ago

With her Feb. 17th contribution to the Miscellany News, President Hill has done the College a service. The decision whether the College ought to divest from fossil fuel companies rests…