Day: October 26, 2016

Posters targeted identity groups

By MEG HOWELL – 6 years ago

On Oct. 18, politically charged posters slan­dering members of the Vassar community were found plastered throughout campus. Mere minutes after their discovery, the David Horow­itz Freedom Center claimed responsibility in…

Author to speak about engaging youth

By JORGE GRUBER – 6 years ago

On Thursday, Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m., New York Times bestselling author Andrea Pinkney will deliver a lecture sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Faculty, the Africana Studies…

Fund activates discussion of crucial issues

By EILIS DONOHUE – 6 years ago

The Dialogue and Engagement Across Dif­ferences initiative was born in 2014, cour­tesy of an anonymous benefactor. According to Assistant to the President and Associate Pro­fessor of Chemistry Christopher Smart, “The…

News Briefs

By EMMA JONES & EMILY SAYER – 6 years ago

Masks trump Halloween sales What’s scarier than vampires, witches and ghosts appearing at your door on Oct. 31? Thou­sands of Donald Trumps flooding the streets throughout the country, complete with…

Lacrosse fall ball shows victory on horizon in spring

By LINDSAY WOLK – 6 years ago

Coming off of the best season in school his­tory, the men’s lacrosse team is prepared to hit the ground running come the spring, follow­ing a productive fall season. During its…

The curse is broken, Cubs head to 112th World Series

By ROBERT PINATARO – 6 years ago

On Saturday, Oct. 22, the Chicago Cubs made history. They won the National League Championship Series (NLCS), meaning that they will advance to the World Series for the first time…

Houston introduces new system of love in football

By HANNA MCGUIRE – 6 years ago

When I think of football, I usually think of masculinity. Large, strong men suit up and tackle one another with the most power they can possibly muster. I like football,…

Strong runners lead Vassar to league championships

By FIONA MACLEOD – 6 years ago

Led by head coach James McCowan, both the men and women of Vassar College’s cross country program are having remarkable sea­sons, proving their abilities in multitudes of rac­es so far.…

VC teams continue domination as they head to playoffs

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 6 years ago

Women’s Volleyball Brewer women’s volleyball had a busy Octo­ber break, playing Sage College, Union College, St. Lawrence University, Clarkson University and Skidmore College in the span of a week. First…

Student, faculty activists deserve full campus support

By NICK BARONE – 6 years ago

On the morning of Oct. 18, over Vassar’s fall break, “[A]t least thirty posters appeared at various outdoor locations on campus targeting specific members of Vassar’s community … The posters…