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Disabilities expert urges greater openness on campus

By DEREK SONNTAG – 6 years ago

by Sam Pianello To many at Vassar, constructive discussion on issues of disabilities and its social implica­tions is lacking. On Nov. 12, however, the Office of Accessibility and Educational Opportunity’s…

Campus racism exposes cultural inequality

By EMMA JONES – 6 years ago

The events of the past weeks at Yale and Miz­zou have brought specific instances of rac­ism to the nation’s attention. Such outbreaks are rooted, however, in a long-standing institution of…

Vending machine brings essential supplies back to campus

By JEREMY MIDDLEMAN AND RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

“Have you stopped by the College Center vending machines lately?” asked the VSA to the student body in a Facebook post on Nov. 1. “We’ve placed a ~very~ special present…

VC smoking ban takes first steps

By ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 6 years ago

Vassar’s campus will be smoke-free as of July 1, and in preparation for the transition, the College has begun to provide services and resources for students to adjust to the…

Ban places undue burden on student body

By SOPHIE KORETO – 6 years ago

On April of 2013, it was officially decided by the Committee on College Life that Vassar would ban smoking on its campus in June 2015. There is no doubt that…

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