Opinions

Anger can be cathartic for the oppressed

By AJA SAALFELD – 6 years ago

There is something that needs to be made clear—oppressed people hating their oppressors is not hate speech. It’s not violence, and it does not cause any real harm. The entire…

VSA continues projects into second half of semester

By DEB STEINBERG – 6 years ago

Welcome back from October Break! I wanted to take this opportunity to update the Vassar community on some of the projects that the Vassar Student Association (VSA) has been working…

Efforts in campus discourse at odds with new issues

By JOSHUA SHERMAN – 6 years ago

Having good campus discourse remains one of the hurdles the Vassar community has yet to successfully throw itself over. I hope October break has given everyone here—students, faculty, and administrators…

Comprehension of STIs imperative for well-being

By DELANEY FISCHER – 6 years ago

HPV, the human papillomavirus, is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STI) throughout the world. In the United States, approximately 79 million people are currently infected with at…

Anti-feminism remains prevalent online

By LILY ELBAUM – 6 years ago

I was browsing SayAnything, one of the blogs frequented by Vassar students that provides a space for anonymous posting, which isn’t usually a good thing to do if you want…

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