Day: October 6, 2021

The Art of Lying

By – 3 weeks ago

We all like to partake in a little fib from time to time. Whether it’s done for practical reasons or just for fun, it is a natural and common practice…

The Nature Report: Community Theater

By Nicholas Tillinghast – 3 weeks ago

I’d like to start this edition of “Nature” off with a bird count for the week: seven house sparrows, one white-breasted nuthatch, one titmouse, one blue jay, one cardinal, two…

Vassar students petition for change

By Sarah Kageyama – 3 weeks ago

Vassar students are known for many things: their tote bags, fondness for Marx and passion for activism. With the recent popularity and controversy over the petition for regular COVID-19 testing,…

Chipmunks cause campus power outages

By Youngju Chang – 3 weeks ago

Within the first month of the semester, Vassar experienced two mass power outages. A chipmunk caused both incidents. The first blackout occurred on Sept. 7 at 8:25 p.m., with power…

Sports Roundup

By – 3 weeks ago

Men’s Tennis | Sept. 26 and Oct. 1-2 | TCNJ Invitational and ITA Northeast Regionals Vassar men’s tennis took the court two Sundays ago at The College of New Jersey…

MLB playoffs provide new intrigue, old rivalries

By – 3 weeks ago

October is finally here. To me, fall—the best season—doesn’t really start until October, when the leaves begin changing colors, the temperature drops and most importantly, playoff baseball begins. Fans love…