racism

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…

Letter to the Editor: Jonathan Nichols ’17

By JONATHAN NICHOLS – 6 years ago

I feel compelled to address the primary example of ignorant over-sensitivity put forward by Mr. Horowitz in his article in the last issue of the Misc (“Avoiding of­fense prevents honest…

Williams releases response video

By RHYS JOHNSON – 6 years ago

On Sunday, April 8, the Vassar Student/Labor Dialogue (SLD) posted a video of recently-terminated Safety and Security officer Kemar Williams on their official Facebook page. The video features Williams’ thoughts…

Kondabolu comedically confronts racism

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 7 years ago

After Jessica Williams’s sold out performance in the Chapel, it seems fitting that Vassar would bring Hari Kondabolu to campus. Like Williams, Kondabolu is known for mixing the serious and…

Admin. must realize systematic change

By THE EDITORS – 7 years ago

Last week, Margolis Healy & Associates released their preliminary report highlighting their findings and future recommendations for Vassar College’s Safety and Security Department. In the report, they revealed that they…

U.S. visa application reveals racist policies

By UDBHAV AGARWAL – 7 years ago

My first memory of 9/11 goes as far back as the day itself. I had just turned 6. The new millennium had started. Classroom dates were changed from the 1999s…

Sterling’s rant deserves swift punishment

By ZACH HEINZ AUGUST RIPPE – 7 years ago

The NBA playoffs have been absolutely fantastic this season. With tight first round matchups and close exciting games, they have been able to capture the attention of fans across the…

Dialogue equips community with tools to combat racism

By SHELIA HU – 8 years ago

For the 14th year, Vassar is hosting All College Day. The theme this year is (Un)silencing Voices and many lectures and discussions lead by guest speakers, professors and administrators took…