Day: November 8, 2023

Vassar hosts tours for Poughkeepsie ninth graders   

By Clara Alger – 5 months ago

On Oct. 27, Engaged Pluralism hosted Poughkeepsie High School’s (PHS) ninth grade class field trip to Vassar. The event included campus tours and activities aimed to expose students to paths…

Ukrainian documentary stuns Vassar audience

By Catherine Borthwick – 5 months ago

On Nov. 1, members of the Vassar community gathered in the Rosenwald Theater to watch a screening of “20 Days in Mariupol,” a documentary directed by Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist…

New indie-pop band discovers the elusive secret to life  

By Darja Coutts – 5 months ago

This past June, the eccentrically dressed band FIZZ released their debut single “High In Brighton,” promising thrilling harmonies, addictive drums, charming clarinet solos and sweet escapism just in time for…

Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ is never going out of style

By Tallulah Rector – 5 months ago

Taylor Swift’s album “1989” was always about time. The purpose of the album was to transition Swift from country-star to pop-star with inspiration from the music of her birth year.…

‘Priscilla’ gives a voice to an unsung heroine

By Carina Cole – 5 months ago

[TW/CW: This article makes mention of domestic abuse, drug use.]  Despite being an expert on portraying isolation within the female experience, Sofia Coppola was faced with a challenge when conceiving…

A Thank You from Vassar Veterans Association

By Britt Andrade and Asia Baker – 5 months ago

As outgoing president and vice president, we have seen the growth of the Vassar Veterans Association (VVA) and the increasing visibility of veterans and military-affiliated students over the last three…

Collages of service

By Anonymous – 5 months ago

I did a lot of things in the military, or a lot of things that happened in the military ran through me. My time in service feels like a collage…

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