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Elizabeth Daniels leaves legacy

By ANNA IOVINE – 6 years ago

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Vassar lost a valuable member of its community. College Historian Emerita and Professor Emerita of English, Elizabeth “Betty” Daniels ’41, passed away at the age of…

VSA addresses increased need for counseling services

By NOBLE INGRAM – 6 years ago

On Sunday, Feb. 2, the Vassar Student Association (VSA) council approved a letter to be sent to President Catharine Hill and other Vassar administrators calling for a post-doctoral fellowship to…

Cross-campus Super Bowl XLVII events energize VC

By SHELIA HU AND KATIE CARPENTER – 6 years ago

This past Sunday in the Super Bowl XLVIII game, the Denver Broncos played against the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey while many Vassar students attended programming around…

VSA holds spring leadership conference

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 6 years ago

On Sunday, Feb. 2, the Vassar Student Association (VSA) hosted a spring leadership conference for leaders and members of the College’s student organizations. While this was the VSA’s first leadership…

Outside the Bubble 2/6/14

By THE MISCELLANY NEWS STAFF – 6 years ago

2013 A Record-Breaking Year for Exonerations According to new statistics released by the National Registry of Exonerations, 2013 marked a record year for exonerations of people found guilty for crimes…

Talk hones in on Black activism

By SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

Last Friday, a panel discussion was held highlighting the effect the Internet has had on Black art, activism and academic work. The panel consisted of regular contributor to Salon.com and…

VSA brings New York Times subscriptions to College

By NOBLE INGRAM – 6 years ago

One hundred print copies of The New York Times can be found in the College Center and Retreat. Additionally, online access is available for students seven days a week through…

Rebecca Edwards focuses advice on life after graduation

By ANNA IOVINE – 6 years ago

On Monday, Jan. 27, Vassar Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) hosted their first “Oh the Places I’ve Been” event of the semester. This installment involved a conversation with…

Poet advocates peace in Palestine conflict

By KATIE CARPENTER – 6 years ago

Poet Remi Kanazi speaks on the ongoing conflict in Palestine and advocates for peace in the region. Vassar student groups made short presentations in between Kanazi’s readings. Photo By: main11…

Outside the Bubble 1/30/14

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 6 years ago

Brain-Dead Patient Removed from Life Support On Sunday, Jan 26, a Texas hospital removed 33-year-old Marlise Munoz from life support after a protracted legal battle between Munoz’s family and the…

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