Day: September 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton, though flawed, must be next president

By Nick Barone – 6 years ago

On April 21, 2016, I expressed my support and admiration for Senator Bernie Sanders and his groundbreaking campaign to become the Democratic presidential nominee. Sanders was not and is not…

Adolescence must be seen as growth phase

By ZHUO BIAO CAI – 6 years ago

The lives of young people have drastically changed. The typical 18-year-old person in the 18th century was responsible for milking cows and feeding chickens. Currently, the aver­age 18-year-old individual spends…

Leftist memes hold untold political potential

By SYLVAN CALKO PERLMUTTER – 6 years ago

Over the past week, Donald Trump Jr. has been widely condemned for tweeting a meme captioned, “If I had a bowl of Skittles and I told you just three would…

Experimental theatre piece puts plot in audience’s hands

By SAM O'KEEFE – 6 years ago

Pictured above are members of CAAD’s three summer multi-arts collectives, eight-week collaborative projects by students from various departments along with faculty members. Photo courtesy of CAAD How close are we to…

London fashion confronts colonial image of homogeneity

By KIRK PATRICK TESTA – 6 years ago

Designer Ashish Gupta presented “Bollywood Bloodbath,” a collection inspired by Hindu deities at London Fashion Week. Other designers explored similar themes of cultural identity. Photo courtesy of Cleo Glover/Wonderland Magazine Unlike…

War, in dance and image

By NAOMI DAVIDSON – 6 years ago

This weekend, on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, COSTA COMPAGNIE will premiere “Conversion/ After Afghanistan” at the Frances Daly Fergus­son Theater here on the Vassar College campus. “Conversion/After Afghanistan” is…