Day: November 7, 2018

Alum panel discusses NYC affordable housing crisis

By Sarah Kopp – 2 years ago

On Oct. 30, the Career Development Office, along with the Office of Alumnae/i Engagement, the Geography Department, the Urban Studies Department and the Sociology Department, sponsored the lecture “Priced Out:…

Community Works launches campaign

By Jessica Moss – 2 years ago

“Vassar College nests in a dynamic city,” said the founder of non-profit organization Mid Hudson Aquatics Galen Franchek in an email correspondence. Despite the vibrancy of its surrounding city, Vassar—and…

VSA Updates

By Julian Corbett – 2 years ago

Consensus Agenda—Passed Pre-Approved Allocations: 150/150 from Pre-Organizations to Chess Club 150/150 from Capital to SEASA 180/180 from Discretionary toMENASA 50/50 from Capital to SocialDancing Club Allocations: 2568/2568 from Speakers to…

Proposed ‘Super League’ threatens European soccer

By Desmond Curran – 2 years ago

It’s an interesting time of year for fans of both Major League Soccer (MLS) and the various European soccer leagues. European teams are just returning from an extensive international break…

Brewer Sports Roundup: Seasons end, extend, begin

By Myles Olmsted – 2 years ago

Women’s soccer earns shock NCAA Tournament bid Following a crushing defeat to RIT in the Liberty League quarterfinals on Oct. 30—a game in which the Brewers gave away a two-goal…

First League title caps historic season for field hockey

By Teddy Chmyz – 2 years ago

Defense wins championships. The Vassar Field Hockey team provided a convincing argument for this oft-repeated saying on Saturday, Nov. 1, as they took home their first-ever Liberty League Championship in…

Voting, even with doubts, will lead to much-needed change

By Catherine Bither – 2 years ago

In the midst of violence, discrimination and social discord, which our very own president of the United States propagates, hopelessness can be found everywhere. Our current political climate causes countless…