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College appoints new Title IX Coordinator

By RHYS JOHNSON AND PALAK PATEL – 6 years ago

  Many students consider the College’s Title IX Office to be among Vassar’s most important administrative bodies. Much to such students’ chagrin, the Title IX Officer position has been empty…

College should further develop support for refugees

By THE EDITORS – 6 years ago

We are currently experiencing the largest refugee crisis of our genera­tion. There are more refugees in the world today seeking asylum abroad than in any time in recent history. The…

Transformations of Tasty Tuesdays adds more variety

By ADITI CHANDNA AND JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

Photo by Sam Pianello There are not many campus traditions that are as widely appreciated as Tasty Tues­days. Every Tuesday, as the name suggests, a few restaurants in Poughkeepsie that…

Improvising adulthood: how to conduct yourself at college

By KAYLA LIGHNTER – 6 years ago

Ah, College; a murky, drunken twilight zone whose inhabitants clumsily straddle the line between adolescence and adulthood. But not you, right? You’re the physical embod­iment of maturity and self-sufficiency. Never…

New Admins need stronger support system from College

By THE EDITORS – 6 years ago

During a session of last year’s VSA Council, former VSA VP for Student Life Hannah Matsunaga ’16 remarked at a concerning trend that she and many others have observed about…

Too much hype mars young college athletes

By SAMUEL HAMMER – 6 years ago

Last year’s draft class received heaps of praise for being the strongest class since 2003 when stars such as LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony were drafted.…

College athletes face time constraints

By ELAINA PETERKIN – 6 years ago

A straight shot to the goal, a breakaway sprint and you’ve scored. It would seem to be a simple movement, but this action is so much more than a single…

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