Requiem for Gen Z: How Gen Z Can Overcome Negative Stereotypes

By Matthew Little – 1 year ago

With the oldest millennials turning 40 this year, Generation Z will soon bear the brunt of intergenerational loathing. Just as other generations stereotyped millennials for loving avocados and participation trophies,…

Class of ’21 has Commencement ceremony, visitors remote

By Lucy Brewster and Annabelle Wang – 2 years ago

When COVID-19 emerged last spring, seniors everywhere had their college experience cut short and celebrated the milestone of their graduation over a screen. This year, Vassar’s Class of 2021 will…

A poem dedicated to Vassar’s pumpkin patch

By Vivian Phillips – 2 years ago

Where did they come from? All out on the lawn All without stems And suddenly gone Like oversized acorns All scattered around As if two produce trucks Suddenly just broke…

‘Vassar plague’ spreads on campus

By Lucy Brewster – 3 years ago

With the picturesque autumn leaves turning red and yellow, fluttering onto Vassar’s quad, the annual change in the season brings cough drops and tissues alongside foliage and apple picking. In…

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