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The Class of 1955 gathers for their 50th reunion in 2005. This year, the Class of 1962 celebrates their 50th. Check the reunion schedule…
Have you seen this year’s commencement photos? Check out the slideshow.
Scene from A Maze, a 2011 Powerhouse production. The box office is now open. Check out this year’s schedule. Photo: Buck Lewis
Boat at Sunset Lake by Timothy Taber ’11. This photo was part of a Palmer Gallery exhibition last fall, titled “Through the Student Lens.” See more of the photos from the show.
The Powerhouse audience gives a standing ovation. See what's on this season. Photo: Dixie Sheridan
A Vassar student and young visitors discover how a spider web works in the Exploring Science program, which uses the Vassar Farm to familiarize grade-schoolers with natural science. Read more.
Detail of Hudson River Scene, 1893, by Henry Van Ingen, Vassar’s first professor of art. Read more about Van Ingen and those early years at Vassar.
Lighten your day. Stop by the Palmer Gallery to see Artistic Beginnings: Masterpieces by 2 & 3 year olds. Show ends Thursday, June 21.
Chloë Sevigny (“Big Love”) and Patrick Heusinger (Next Fall) rehearse Abigail/1702 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (“Glee,” “Big Love”), directed by David Esbjornson (Driving Miss Daisy) at the Powerhouse, Jun 27-Jul 8.
Students and faculty doing field work in the Casperkill Project. See a video about this multidisciplinary study of one of the streams flowing through campus. Photo: Walter Garschagen
David Strathairn in Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano, part of the 2010 Powerhouse Theater Readings Festival. See what’s on the schedule this year.
Mt. Williamson from Manazanar, California, by Ansel Adams; part of the Art Center exhibition Nature in America: Taming the Landscape. Learn more.
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Starting in 2011, Vassar’s 150th anniversary, the college’s homepages have been available for browsing in this archive. Each image is captioned, and the caption links to related information. Enjoy!