international

Series navigates, learns from student stories

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

courtesy of Josh Pratt  What would it be like to attend school across an ocean from your home? VCTV seeks to explore the answers to that question from the perspectives…

International recruiting values more than just numbers

By ALAN HAGINS – 6 years ago

In two weeks, newly hired Assistant Director of Admissions, Sarah Fischer, will travel to a few select schools in Hong-Kong, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam to recruit the best and brightest…

Unity in difference: international students’ devised play

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 6 years ago

Something powerful happens when people use art to highlight unity as well as difference, an attribute which ten international Vassar students have been able to achieve through theater. “Aftertaste,” a…

Coffee culture differs among countries

By TOMAS GUARNIZO – 7 years ago

From a very early age, coffee has been almost an essential part of my life. I would start my day by drinking “café con leche” and end it the same…

Scholar compares LGBTQ movements of U.S. and Cuba

By ANNA IOVINE & EMILY HOFFMAN – 8 years ago

On Monday, Nov. 18, Poder Latin@ and the Queer Coalition of Vassar College (QCVC) hosted a lecture called, “From Imprisonment to Acceptance: the GLBT Movement in Cuba,” presented by scholar…

Political games between Russia and U.S. stir fears

By SARA LOBO – 8 years ago

Russia and the United States are engaged in a high-stakes, bitter political cat-and-mouse game, and nobody is watching with amusement . Each country is positioning who has more political sway…