Perceived major practicality restricts student freedom

By SOPHIA BURNS – 8 years ago

This summer, the usual slew of college-themed articles came across my screen, discussing everything from Greek life and party culture to the real economic value of college today. One in…

Vassar awarded new Cooke Prize for Equity

By EMILY HOFFMAN – 8 years ago

Enrolling low-income students and allocating financial aid is something that many colleges and universities struggle with today. Vassar however, has stood out to many as particularly dedicated to socioeconomic diversity…

Low-income center a vital resource for students

By THE EDITORS – 11 years ago

Recently, a coalition of students called the Students’ Class Issues Alliance (SCIA) publicly proposed that Vassar consider instituting a center for low-income students. Similar in scope and construction to the…