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Multidisciplinary programs find new home in renovation

By Lucy Brewster – 2 months ago

The fourteen multidisciplinary programs Vassar offers may get an academic space to call their own in a surprising new location: Baldwin. “Hopefully, a building move will shed the spotlight on…

Halloween crimes shock THs, campus

By – 3 months ago

Midnight, Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31. After a long day of classes, show rehearsals and the accumulated sleep depravity that typically accompanies just-another-week at Vassar, Zamir Birnbach ’20 had settled into…

Congress introduces loan relief

By – 3 months ago

On Oct. 15, 2019, the House Committee on Education and Labor introduced the College Affordability Act (CAA) to overhaul the current system of increasing financial burden for higher education in…

Humans of Poughkeepsie: Morees Haddad

By – 3 months ago

Humans of Poughkeepsie is an ongoing project seeking to highlight Poughkeepsie residents and community members. Each featured member will share a collection of stories—connected or not—that reveal the multifaceted nature…

Political Roundup

By – 3 months ago

In Our Headlines… The U.S. debt increased by $205 billion in the past year. This varies sharply from President Trump’s promise to eliminate the federal deficit within eight years of…

Lawsuit threatens work visas

By – 3 months ago

A recent lawsuit threatens to eliminate or substantially cut the Optional Practical Training (OPT), an arrangement under which international students studying in the United States on F-1 visas can remain…