Day: October 31, 2018

Davi hosts Halloween festival

By Ariana Gravinese – 1 year ago

Halloweekend is a magical time not only for Vassar students, but also for children in the community. One of the events that connected the College to the larger Poughkeepsie area…

College celebrates Cornaro through unique performance

By Abby Tarwater – 1 year ago

Perhaps the most memorable moment of any Vassar tour is when the guide brings visitors into the Thompson Memorial Library to see the stunning central stained-glass window depicting Lady Elena…

Cosplayer confesses: Costumes go beyond Halloweekend

By Frankie Knuckles – 1 year ago

This week, I spent incalculable hours cutting paper, embroidering, gluing and checking reference pictures in pursuit of the perfect Halloween costume. I even have bruises around my right thumb from…

Twins talk: Telepathy theory explained, demystified

By Duncan Aronson – 1 year ago

As Vassar students, we proudly celebrate and share our identities. They are explored through various outlets, such as Orientation events, student organizations and administrative offices. By this token, it’s safe…

Schamus discusses dilemma of truth-telling in fiction

By Mateusz Kasprowicz – 1 year ago

James Schamus is an accomplished screenwriter, producer and director who, along with producing and writing a handful of my favorite movies (“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Lost in Translation,”…

Take Back the Night rally promotes healing, solidarity

By Jessica Moss – 1 year ago

[CW: This article makes mention of sexual violence.] [Correction, Nov. 3, 2018: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Take Back the Night was solely organized by Cecilia…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan, Talya Phelps – 1 year ago

[CW: This column discusses anti-Semitic and anti-Black gun violence and death.] In this week’s headlines… Beginning on Oct. 22, a series of pipe bombs were sent to various prominent critics…

VSA, admins present Rebalanced Curriculum

By Noah Purdy and Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 1 year ago

As students anticipate adding a new crop of classes for the spring semester during pre-registration next week, the College is looking further ahead at bigger changes to the curriculum. In…

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