Day: March 2, 2016

SJP ignores nuances of BDS resolution

By JESSER HOROWITZ – 6 years ago

Over the past month I have advocated, both in my capacity as a staff writer for The Miscel­lany News and as a member of the Vassar com­munity, against the proposed…

Job benefits of humanities overlooked by government

By NICK BARONE – 6 years ago

Over the last several years, STEM education has entered the forefront of public discourse regarding institutional spending and state finances. Last week, The New York Times published an article detailing…

Art history department should bridge sociocultural gap

By EMMA JONES – 6 years ago

I walked into the spacious auditorium that accommodates Vassar’s widely acclaimed Art 105/106 course on the first day with high hopes. The introductory level class serves as a foundation for…

Celebration of art, community children, life of alum

By SABRINA OH – 6 years ago

Children, education and art are fundamental posterities and essential parts of Vassar’s foundation. Out of both love and celebration, John Iyoya ’83 highlighted these intersections. In return, his classmates and…

Fuller House falls flat, relies on nostalgia

By SAACHI JAIN – 6 years ago

In the past year or so, reunions and revivals of people’s favorite cancelled TV shows have filled everyone with nostalgia. The first one I remember was the “Veronica Mars” movie…

Pop-synth sounds amplify debut album

By PATRICK TANELLA – 6 years ago

Wet is the most interesting band you have never heard of. When I first told my mom I was going to a Wet concert, she told me to bring an…