Day: November 16, 2016

Local students get a glimpse of academic possibilities

By CLARK XU – 5 years ago

On Veteran’s Day, members of the Vassar com­munity and local young students gathered together to explore college as a post-high school path. Access to higher education remains an issue when…

Lovins calls for industry, politics to embrace sustainability

By EILIS DONOHUE – 5 years ago

Environmentalism and industry do not often go hand in hand in political discussions. President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions and Professor of Sustainable Manage­ment at Bard College Hunter Lovins,…

Novelist draws on childhood memories for inspiration

By MEG HOWELL – 5 years ago

On Nov. 8, Korean-American novelist Chang-rae Lee gave a talk on writing at Vassar College. As the guest speaker for the English Department’s annual William Gifford Lecture for Visiting Writers,…

Wall proves fines do not match crimes in NBA

By OLIVIA O'LOUGHLIN – 5 years ago

Tensions grew high in the world of sports this week with disreputable incidents hap­pening in both the NBA and NFL. The first act of misconduct came from Kansas City Chiefs…

Brewers continue squashing competition this season

By KELLY PUSHIE – 5 years ago

This weekend, the Vassar men’s and wom­en’s squash teams competed in their sec­ond round of matches of the season. Coming off a sweep against Fordham, Siena and Mount Holyoke the…

Competition challenges VC talent in recent matchups

By JAMIE ANDERSON – 5 years ago

Men’s Soccer The Brewers’ postseason run came to an end last Saturday as the team fell to Elizabethtown College 1-0 in overtime at Rutgers-Newark in the first round of the…