Day: November 9, 2016

UNESCO must acknowledge Jewish ties to Western Wall

By JESSER HOROWITZ – 5 years ago

On Oct. 13, 2016, the United Nations Educa­tional Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) passed a resolution denying Jewish cultural connections to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, referring to…

Electoral college must be democratized

By DYLAN SMITH – 5 years ago

Half an hour into watching live election-night coverage, I already have an ulcer. If I continue to watch, I may develop more psychosomatic symptoms; perhaps by the time I’m sitting…

Electoral college must be democratized

By DLYAN SMITH – 5 years ago

Half an hour into watching live election-night coverage, I already have an ulcer. If I con­tinue to watch, I may develop more psychoso­matic symptoms; perhaps by the time I’m sitting…

Contemporary artist gives dynamic, performative talk

By SAM O'KEEFE – 5 years ago

Taylor Hall 203 was full on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 1 as contemporary artist Mar­tine Syms shared her ideas and projects with both aspiring Vassar artists and several art…

‘Atlanta’ thoughtfully balances comedy, commentary

By JIMMY CHRISTON – 5 years ago

What a trip. “Atlanta” is proof that a TV show can juggle a serious subject, co­medic writing and great characters in 30 min­utes or less. “Atlanta” is the passion project…

Indecent Exposure performs with pals

By KAITLIN PRADO – 5 years ago

If you’ve never tried to tell a joke to a Sanders Classroom-sized group of people, I would highly recommend it. This past weekend, Vassar’s only all wom­en’s comedy group Indecent…

No more November: humor writer ready for Christmas

By YESENIA GARCIA – 5 years ago

Possibility of time travel confirmed, Christ­mas preparations already underway As you know, the sorcery that is Daylight Savings came to an end this weekend, provid­ing us with a much needed…

VC junior debunks faulty myth of collegiate progress

By KAYLA LIGHTNER – 5 years ago

Not every metamorphosis makes a beauti­ful butterfly out of a vile caterpillar; some­times the process works in reverse. To prove this, I give you my metamorphoses from an ea­ger freshman…