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Animal Studies Conference highlights need for advocacy

By CARRIE PLOVER AND LEIGHTON SUEN – 7 years ago

Sunday, Feb. 3, marked the third and final day of the First Annual Student Conference for Critical Animal Studies, which was held in Vassar College’s Kenyon Hall. During the international…

Buried under a parking lot, bones of a British monarch

By NOBLE INGRAM – 7 years ago

On Monday, a team of experts from the University of Leicester confirmed the new reports that a skeleton discovered last fall in Leicester, England belonged to the infamous King Richard…

News Briefs

By NEWS STAFF – 7 years ago

Senior class renames student gift as a tribute to Andrei Buryachenko ’13 Each year, the senior class gives a gift to Vassar as a token of appreciation. This year, the…

by Katie de Heras/The Miscellany News

CWA, VASSAR REACH AGREEMENT

By HANNAH BLUME & BETHAN JOHNSON – 7 years ago

After seven months of negotiations, The Communication Workers of America (CWA) and the College reached a deal last Sunday, Dec. 9, when the CWA members voted to ratify the latest…

Town Board considers banning wind turbines, solar panels

By NOBLE INGRAM – 7 years ago

On Dec. 5, the Poughkeepsie Town Board agreed to have a hearing regarding the “Energy Facilities and Systems Moratorium” Local Law, a resolution that would temporarily prohibit the installation of…

Local residents protest as college prepares for January cull

By RUTH BOLSTER and LEIGHTON SUEN – 7 years ago

Local Poughkeepsie residents, Vassar students and faculty gathered on the corner of Collegeview and Raymond Avenues for two hours to protest the deer cull that is planned for January 2013.

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