Day: September 14, 2016

Climate Action Plan aims for carbon neutrality by 2030

By EILIS DONOHUE – 6 years ago

Although classes have only just begun, the 2016-2017 year is already proving to be event­ful, as the Office of Sustainability recently an­nounced its Climate Action Plan (CAP) was ap­proved by…

CARES and TLC seek to continue supporting students

By JORGE GRUBER – 6 years ago

As students return for a new semester, an electrifying sense of excitement fills the air. Exciting as it might be though, a new se­mester can also be fraught with troubles,…

NEWS BRIEFS

By MAYA STERLING – 6 years ago

15 years later, nation still mourns The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks sent the nation reeling in 2001, and to this day the echo of the tragedy remains. The attacks led…

XC running with high expectations going into competition

By LINDSAY WOLK – 6 years ago

Running upwards of 50 miles a week in the offseason, the Vassar College men’s and women’s cross-country teams are looking to materialize their high expectations this fall. The men’s preseason…

Brewers display high potential at start of 2016 season

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 6 years ago

Women’s Tennis Vassar opened its fall season on the road, competing in the Swarthmore College Invita­tional over the past weekend. In singles, junior Kate Christensen got her season started by…

UChicago distorts purpose of safe spaces, trigger warnings

By Nick Barone – 6 years ago

As universities and colleges open their doors to first-year students across the country this fall, old, festering, familiar contro­versies are once again creeping up. Students, faculty and administration nationwide are…