Day: May 4, 2016

Evaluating BDS in aftermath of referenda

By MATTHEW KOLBERT – 4 years ago

The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions vote may be over, but its far-reaching effects on our campus are still evident. A particularly dis­turbing aspect of events surrounding the after­math of the…

Perceptions of Cuba in need of evaluation

By ALLEGRA KAUFMAN – 4 years ago

Over spring break, the Vassar College Choir, Women’s Chorus and Madrigal Singers visited Cuba. We traveled about Havana and Matanzas for choral exchanges with two pro­fessional Cuban conductors and their…

Seniors reflect on theatre community, past experiences

By MATT STEIN – 4 years ago

The most essential element of student the­atre is the students. They act, they direct, they design. They determine which plays to produce and sometimes they even write the show itself.…

Annual MET Gala disappoints

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 4 years ago

“This gala is like the Grammy’s of style!” tweeted Kanye West, referring to the MET Gala. This year, the theme was “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”…

Deftones album echoes past hits, will still grow on you

By JOHN DELEONARDIS – 4 years ago

The new Deftones album is good, though I was worried it’d be the opposite. I went in expecting to be disappointed (after hearing their two earlier singles, “Prayers/Triangles” and then…

Gwen Stefani not bad, but tries too hard on new album

By JILLIAN ELKIN – 4 years ago

Gwen Stefani’s defining album “The Sweet Escape” came out in 2006 and made it to No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard charts. Considering that success, it is surprising that Stefani’s…