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Media conjures false image of moderate Kasich campaign

By Nick Barone – 5 years ago

On Jan. 30, 2016, The New York Times “en­dorsed” (I use this term lightly) Governor John Kasich for the GOP presidential nomina­tion. Though conceding that “Mr. Kasich is no moderate…he’s…

Exhibit examines race in media

By SABRINA OH – 6 years ago

A broken window concedes to the deluge of sunlight. The light en­ables one to only make out his aus­tere visage. Fit snugly at the corner of his mouth, his half-smoked…

Art’s in the name for Loeb’s latest

By HANNAH NICE – 6 years ago

This summer’s exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center features Richard Artschwager’s “Punctuating Space.” The display features 59 pieces from a 40-year period. / Vassar Media Relations Decked out…

Silent Lynch not rude, simply speechless

By CLAIRE STANDAERT – 6 years ago

“How important was it to keep the ball on the ground and run out the clock?” “Yeah.” “How does your back feel Marshawn?” “Yeah.” “How are you feeling?” “Yeah.” Marshawn…

Media portrayal of diseases inflates truth

By DELANEY FISCHER – 7 years ago

As we continue to read reports on Ebola, another disease, Chagas, is starting to gain national attention. Chagas, a tropical parasitic disease that is also sometimes referred to as the…

Poder Latin@ zeroes in on identity, media

By MEGAN FORSTER – 7 years ago

Vassar College prides itself on hosting over 100 organizations on campus that provide community for students with similar interests. Poder Latin@ is one of those organizations, but Dalia Griñan ’17,…

Printed news becoming obsolete

By SARAH SANDLER – 7 years ago

Newspapers were always a huge part of my life growing up. Whoever was up first in the house would bear the cold to go outside and pick up two little…

Media continues to fuel body image woes

By LILY ELBAUM – 7 years ago

I think most people, of any gender, have some part of their body that they’d like to change, that they wish was different or that they just kind of don’t…