art

Arts, sciences collaboration must continue

By THE EDITORS – 7 years ago

There has been an ongoing drop in creative arts participation at Vassar and a nationwide increase in students choosing to major in the sciences rather than the humanities and arts.…

Santos’ photography offers tribute to Mexican heritage

By NICOLE SCHONITZER – 7 years ago

All art instruction—coming from both within Vassar’s Art department and elsewhere—seeks to teach students one fundamental skill. They want you to learn, or, more specifically, relearn how to see. Photographer…

Zine creates new outlet for studio artists

By JAKE SOLOMON – 7 years ago

Inspired by their desire to help Vassar students participate in the visual arts more around campus, Emma Rose ’17 and Esteban Uribe ’17 are in the process of creating an…

Theater enriches student life

By MADIE OLDFIELD – 7 years ago

Making student theatre is hard. There is never enough space on campus, there are never enough weekends to perform, and there is never enough time to rehearse. Students are always…

‘Midsummer’ reimagines universal themes

By ISABELLA DELEO – 7 years ago

When most people think of Shakespeare’s play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” they associate it with lush garden settings that mirror the resplendent feeling of being in love. The Shakespearean classic…