Day: May 4, 2016

Vassar celebrates three exceptional Truman Scholars

By CLARK XU – 4 years ago

On most days, the Office for Fellowships and Pre-Health Advising offers steady and calm advice to students and alumni nominated by faculty to participate in research and study pro­grams. On…

Outside the Bubble

By SHELIA HU – 4 years ago

Ivory burnings protest poaching On Saturday, April 30, President of Kenya Ururu Kenyatta set more than 105 metric tons of confiscated ivory and 1.5 tons of rhino horn on fire…

VC Track shines in star-studded, historic Penn Relays

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 4 years ago

This weekend, eight members of the Vas­sar men’s and women’s track teams com­peted amongst the 22,000 participants in the renowned Penn Relays. First held on April 21, 1895, the Penn…

Despite young teams, Rowing excells in State event

By HANNA MCGUIRE AND OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 4 years ago

In their final full team event of the season, the Vassar rowing teams participated in the New York State Collegiate Championships at Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs on April 30.…

Teams stuggle as many seasons come to a bitter end

By HANNA MCGUIRE – 4 years ago

Women’s Tennis: For its final game of the regular season, the Vassar women’s tennis team traveled to Troy, NY on Saturday April 30 to take on Liberty League foe Rensselaer…

PC policing undermines issues in disabled community

By JESSER HOROWITZ – 4 years ago

In high school, I hated the word “retarded.” If anyone said it in my presence, I immediate­ly corrected them, asking that they either stop using the word altogether or at…