Day: April 27, 2016

Cederna ’16 documents environmental issues in thesis

By EMILY CHANCEY – 5 years ago

Pictured is a shot of the Great Lakes from ColinCederna ’16’s Environmental Studies documentary thesis. In it, he addressed issues of climate change as it pertains to the Great Lakes. Photo…

Green Juice recipe to revolutionize your healthy lifestyle

By RAFAELA VEGA DEL CASTILLO & SARAH EVANS – 5 years ago

Maintaining your health on a busy college schedule can be challenging. Running from place to place (and not for exercise) makes healthy choices hard and getting all the vitamins and…

Hamachek challenges political polarization of U.S., Vassar

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 5 years ago

On April 21, the Vassar College Libertarian Union invited Segueway Business Con­sulting Practice CEO Brent Hamachek came to Vassar and challenged the integrity of the Unit­ed States’ traditional political structure…

Just Food encourages awareness, organizes donations

By EILIS DONOHUE – 5 years ago

At the end of the spring 2015 semester, a new pre-organization cropped up on campus simply called Just Food. It is one of several or­ganizations at Vassar dedicated to improving…

News Briefs

By SHELIA HU & EMMA JONES – 5 years ago

Brazil’s President potentially facing impeachment On April 17, Brazil’s lower Chamber of Deputies passed a notion to impeach Presi­dent Dilma Rousseff, who was re-elected in 2014. 367 of the 504…

Land ho! Seaworthy Brewers finally ready to set sail

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 5 years ago

After being disbanded last spring, the Vas­sar Sailing Club is back in full force. Al­though in the past, the club has struggled with numbers and funding, this year’s team boasts…

Kobe legacy in need of critical assessment

By HANNA MCGUIRE – 5 years ago

[Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault] As a Los Angeles native, I grew up consid­ering Kobe Bryant a physical manifestation of a god. He commands the court with ease and intensity as…

King of clay ready to play another day

By ROBIN DRUMMOND – 5 years ago

Historically speaking, April has been a very good month for Rafael Nadal, and that proved to be true again last Sunday. Nadal captured his second title of the month at…

Without a doubt, seniors show out in final matches

By HANNA MCGUIRE – 5 years ago

Women’s Tennis On Saturday, April 24, the Vassar women’s tennis squad played its final home game of the season against Liberty League opponent William Smith College. Despite going down 1-2…