Day: November 9, 2016

Lieutenant Governor encourages campus vigilance

By CLARK XU – 5 years ago

Cultural change in the perception and treatment of sexual assault crimes on col­lege campuses continues to lag behind state standards established in 2015 by Senate Bill S5965, commonly referred to…

Religious, secular groups unite in refugee solidarity

By EILIS DONOHUE – 5 years ago

On Oct. 7, the second floor of the Students’ Building overflowed with community mem­bers gathered for a meeting of the Mid-Hudson Refugee Solidarity Alliance. The programming, which began with an…

Film festival celebrates young creativity, enterprise

By LAUREL HENNEN VIGIL – 5 years ago

Hailing from cities and towns across the tri-state area, young filmmakers aged 13-19 gathered at the historic Bardavon Opera House in Poughkeepsie on Friday, Nov. 4, to participate in Spark…

Clarkson served loss to VC in league championships

By FIONA MACLEOD – 5 years ago

This past weekend, with the bleachers more packed than ever before, the women’s vol­leyball team set out to win both rounds of the Liberty League playoffs. The team fought ag­gressively…

Harvard cancels season for demeaning ‘scouting report

By MACK LIEDERMAN – 5 years ago

At what is notably one of the most elite, lib­eral, forward-thinking institutions in the world, a disturbing, objectifying tradition has finally caught up with a few of the school’s ath­letic…

Cubs finally clench World Series title in extra innings

By ROBERT PINATARO – 5 years ago

After celebrating a thrilling NLCS champi­onship, the Chicago Cubs got off to a less-than-stellar start to the World Series. In Game 1, they were dominated by Cleveland Indians ace Corey…