Features

Selling back textbooks a market in flux

By MARIE SOLIS AND ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 11 years ago

One of the greatest strains on students’ wallets occurs at the beginning of every semester when they have to buy books. More devastating, perhaps, is the moment when students attempt…

Campus patrol watches over dorms, students at night

By KHINE THANT – 11 years ago

Campus patrol is one of the most visible examples of on-campus employment yet their role at Vassar still remains somewhat enshrouded in mystery. Campus patrol was previously an entirely student-run…

May Day emphasizes community

By RACHEL BORNÉ – 11 years ago

May Day has, for years, served as a powerful and public source of solidarity for workers, activist groups and students in the Hudson Valley, and this year’s march and rally…

Awakening body and consciousness: breakfast greens recipe

By ALESSANDRA SEITER – 11 years ago

Though certainly an exciting time of year, the conclusion of the spring semester—replete  with final exams, summer planning and class preregistration—also proffers the average Vassar student with plenty of stress.…

Language tables allow for mistakes, growth

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 11 years ago

Language tables on campus give students a casual, low-stress opportunity to learn something not covered in the textbooks–the art of conversation. Led by the department’s Language Fellows, the weekly gatherings…