Day: October 24, 2018

VC exhibits local Great War tales

By Jessica Moss – 6 years ago

On Saturday, Oct. 13, Vassar College and the Dutchess County Historical Association opened “Over Here/ Over There,” an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the armistice of 1918, which ended…

Students discuss iterations of home, ways to unwind

By Duncan Aronson – 6 years ago

As if the semester doesn’t go by quickly enough, October break—a whole 216 hours away from the normal routine of Vassar—has come and gone. There is something profoundly sad about…

VC soccer teams nab historic weekend wins

By Myles Olmsted – 6 years ago

It was a day of firsts for the Vassar soccer teams. Big firsts. The men’s side welcomed to Gordon Field the Hobart Statesmen, who came into the day tied for…

From Brewer to educator: Vassar history recapitulated

By Ariana Gravinese – 6 years ago

Matthew Vassar, founder of Vassar College, was a shrewd businessman from a humble background. He was born to English farmers Ann Bennett and James Vassar on April 29, 1792, in…

Birth center founder discusses female empowerment

By Chris Dillon – 6 years ago

Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) Ninotte Lubin came to Vassar’s Rockefeller Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 10, to talk about her efforts to establish the Grace Community Birth Center in Haiti. Lubin…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 6 years ago

In national headlines… Around the country, early voting has begun, and Democrats are looking to promulgate a “blue wave” in the upcoming general elections by overtaking Republican incumbents while maintaining…

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