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Throwback Jam 2012, sponsored by Hip Hop 101, a student group for artistic expression through hip-hop. Read about a recent student performance and reading in the Art Center.
Andrew Zolli ’95 has long focused on global social change. Recently he’s turned to the idea of resilience and building social systems that bounce back from crisis. Read more. Photo: courtesy of PopTech
A tank of autonomous Neuro-Evolving Robotic Devices (NERDs) in Professor John Long’s lab. They found the light, as programmed, but also did something else surprising. Read more. Photo: Josh de Leeuw ’08
The Artist’s Book in Wales, a Special Collections exhibit in the library, celebrates the work of Shirley Jones and her Red Hen Press. Learn more about the exhibit.
A couple weeks after she receives her Vassar diploma, Caitrin Hall ’13 will enroll in a “graduate school” that’s about 3,000 miles long. Read the story.Photo: Buck Lewis
Fourth from right in this Glee Club portrait is Anita Hemmings, class of 1897, Vassar’s first African-American graduate, although she had to pass as white to get in. Read the story in a 2001 Vassar Quarterly.
In this detail of the Library’s Great Window, the audience attends closely as Lady Cornaro explains Aristotle in Latin. In 1678, she was the first woman to be awarded a doctorate. Learn more. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
Eleven military veterans will enroll this fall, as members of Vassar’s Class of 2017, through a new partnership with the Posse Foundation. Read the story.Photo: John Abbot
Art by Giulia Andreini, 8th grade, part of the 28th Annual Iyoya Children’s Art Show at the Palmer Gallery, through March 22. Learn more.
Untitled, print by Laylah Ali in the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: Works on Paper, at the Art Center through March 30. Learn more about the exhibition.
Grace Murray Hopper '28 standing in a mainframe room, c.1950s. Hopper was a renowned computer pioneer and dedicated teacher. Read more about her.
Film major Elena Gaby ’13, right, created a documentary about undocumented Poughkeepsie high school students Roberto and Mauricio. Learn more about her project.
A rendering of the south entrance of the new science center, now underway. See more images of this campus-changing initiative.
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Late 1800s - 2014
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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!