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Detail of The Vassar Trolley by C.K. Chatterton, 1916. A Poughkeepsie bus is available on campus now. Check the schedule and locations.Collection of Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Vassar’s Community Works campaign supports local organizations providing food, clothing, shelter, and much more. Together, we make a difference; contribute online right now.
Earth science students recently visited Yellowstone National Park to get a closer look at geysers and lava flows. See more photos and read about their experience.Photo: Isabel Larrow ’16
The College Center on “Tasty Tuesday,” when local food purveyors offer up Indian, Jamaican, Greek, BBQ, and more. See a video of this day’s popularity.Photo: Amanda Crommett ’13
That’s how many meals Dutchess Outreach provided last year for people in need. Community Works helps make it possible. Deadlines for payroll deduction: Dec. 14 for staff & service; Dec. 31 for faculty & administrators
Sandstone Cracked, by Kevin Davis, in the Palmer exhibition Alazanto: Illuminating the Divine Within. Learn more about the exhibition, which closes on Dec. 20.
The Casperkill is a stream running through campus, and one that is part of a regional watershed. Learn more about the Casperkill. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
Vassar’s soccer teams recently visited local nursing homes to bring cheer and comfort as part of John Flowers’ “Celebrating Community.” Read the story. Photo: Amanda Crommett ’13
Casperkill bridge, c.1900, where Sunset Lake is today. Happy Holidays! Vassar is on winter break. Offices re-open Jan. 2, 2013; classes begin Jan. 23.
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Late 1800s - 2013
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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!