athletics

Men’s soccer redeems itself with recent win

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

Men’s Cross Country   On September 20, the men’s Cross Country team finished sixth out of fifteen teams at Saratoga Spa State Park. Freshman Alfredo Mazzuca finished second place and…

Athletics not the way to address campus diversity

By AJA SAAFELD – 9 years ago

I’m brown, I’m queer, I’m Jewish—all this means I am used to being targeted explicitly for the sake of improving so-called diversity in groups that are targeted at white, straight,…

Chagnon an intermediary between athletics, public

By TINA CASO – 9 years ago

After being hired this summer as the new Athletic Communications Director, Northern Virginia native Jamie Chagnon has become a driving force behind Vassar Athletics, taking charge of the student-athlete’s image…

As school year ends, teams compete in closing matches

By AMREEN BHASIN – 9 years ago

Men’s Lacrosse   First up, men’s lacrosse just finished their regular season with a disappointing loss to Clarkson University. Clarkson came out quick in the first quarter and despite a…

Athletic housing would unite, not divide

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

Male student-athletes at Vassar College received a grand total of zero suites in Main Building this spring, a disappointing fact that got me thinking a little bit about housing on…

Polo seeks VC Athletics recognition

By MEAGHAN HUGHES – 9 years ago

When people think of polo, they most likely conjure up an image similar to Ralph Lauren ads filled with green pastures and immaculate riding costumes. But at Vassar the sport,…

Money drives top athletics programs

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 9 years ago

The world of Division 1 college sports is built upon money, but we only get to see the product: the star athletes. In fact, we don’t even associate DI sports…