Day: April 4, 2018

Human interaction crucial to bridging partisan gaps

By Catherine Bither – 4 years ago

Human interaction can be difficult. I’m sure we have all experienced the social awkwardness that inevitably arises from attending a small college. We see people we have had a few…

In honor of autistic lives lost to violence

By Jesser Horowitz – 4 years ago

Last year for Autism Awareness Month, we at The Miscellany News provided a space to serve as a memorial to autistic homicide victims. As the killings have not stopped, we…

Fake news: IG story reflects real life

By Imogen Wade – 4 years ago

“Pics or it didn’t happen.” The unspoken rule of the Instagram generation reminds me of Socrates’ paradox on writing. He believed that writing prevented people from truly remembering information (we…

Faculty spotlight: Nevarez expresses passion for research

By Aidan Zola – 4 years ago

The Miscellany News recently initiated a faculty spotlight section, showcasing the many fascinating perspectives Vassar professors have to offer. This week we interviewed Professor of Sociology Leonard Nevarez via email.…

Gender neutral bathrooms now self-identify as agender

By Blair Webber – 4 years ago

Proving that how you identify can change over your lifetime, the gender neutral bathrooms in Vassar’s All Campus Dining Center have announced that they would now prefer to be referred…

Horoscopes– 4/4

By Hannah Gaven – 4 years ago

Aries I, much like you, feel summertime sadness. I assume you feel the sadness for the same reason I do: You can no longer wear wool socks. While you can…