Day: April 6, 2016

Ravel maintains importance of campaign finance reform

By ANIKA LANSER AND RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

After witnessing this year’s presidential race, few deny existing fundamental problems of money and politics. To many, the 2016 campaign has cast a light on the glaring need for campaign…

Greenberg explores social elements of urban sustainability

By EILIS DONOHUE – 6 years ago

A sustainable city is more than a collection of environmentally conscious buildings and businesses; it should also be a socially aware and economically just system. Author and Associate Professor of…

Grit, skill, chemistry equal winning combo for baseball

By ANNIE HSU – 6 years ago

Tough. Tight. Talented. The Vassar men’s baseball team has launched into their spring season with the Lib­erty Leagues in its mind. “We have out-worked everybody during the offseason and we…

SAAC, OneLove take steps to combat domestic violence

By ZACH RIPPE – 6 years ago

The OneLove Foundation, an organization designed established in Fall 2010 to raise awareness about domestic violence and rela­tionship violence, has made its mark on Vassar College. The Foundation was created…

Unequal pay for U.S. squads overlooked travesty

By DESMOND CURRAN – 6 years ago

Reaching headlines this past week, six mem­bers of the United States women’s national soccer team have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) for unequal pay com­pared to…

Domestic violence in the NFL: How many times?

By ROBIN DRUMMOND – 6 years ago

It’s hard to argue that there is a sporting orga­nization in existence with a reputation worse than that of the National Football League. With the recent emergence of evidence regarding…

Politicization necessary for effective VSA

By RAMY ABBADY – 6 years ago

The VSA has certainly not been apolitical in recent years, despite the claims of many candidates in Spring Elections who want to “go back” to such a time. Calls for…