Day: November 16, 2016

American identity warrants critique in wake of election

By EMMA JONES – 5 years ago

The night of Tuesday, Nov. 8, I expected to see students enthusiastically celebrating a momentous victory for American women. I ex­pected spirits to be unusually high after an ar­duous election…

White progressives must confront community prejudices

By JD NICHOLS – 5 years ago

The day after the 2016 presidential election, The New York Times published an editorial by journalist Nate Cohn titled “Why Trump Won: Working-Class Whites.” The Guardian similarly released an article…

Mass anti-Trump protests must persist

By SYLVAN CALKO PERLMUTTER – 5 years ago

I went down to New York City this past Satur­day on Nov. 12 to join thousands of other con­cerned and outraged Americans in the ongoing protests outside of Trump Tower.…

Forces of love will always trump hatred

By DYLAN HOROWITZ – 5 years ago

On Election Day, many members of the Vas­sar community, let alone the entire nation, were struck with a pang of fear as presidential nominee Donald Trump became President-elect Donald Trump.…

French singer performs bilingual set at Loeb Late Night

By PATRICK TANELLA – 5 years ago

Last Thursday, I attended Late Night at the Loeb, a weekly event that extends the muse­um’s hours and highlights art, music and culture for students and the surrounding community. That…

A new “Arrival” stakes its claim on science fiction scene

By JIMMY CHRISTON – 5 years ago

“Arrival” marks the next in a series of “intel­ligent” sci-fi movies that lands somewhere in between being a blockbuster and a bona-fide think-piece. This tradition includes movies such as “Contact,”…

Artistic c#ns*rsh!p pervades social media

By KIRK PATRICK TESTA – 5 years ago

A few days ago, while scrolling down my Face­book newsfeed, I came across an article that I found troubling. It was titled “Facebook Censors Caravaggio’s Nude Cupid, Then Changes Mind.”…