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Anchored, by Georges Desarmes, part of the Haitian Art Preview Exhibition at the Palmer Gallery through April 3. Learn more about the Vassar Haiti Project.
Christie Chea ’13, center, with young friends in Senegal during her Junior Year Abroad (JYA). Read what students think of their experiences studying abroad.
Families Weekend is April 5-7. Check the schedule for events you really don’t want to miss.
Detail of Spring by Pieter Brueghel the Younger, on display in the Art Center’s permanent collection. Visit at 2:00pm, Tue-Sat, for the highlights guided tour.
Vassar’s Shakespeare Garden was originally built by students in 1916. Send an electronic postcard of the garden in spring. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
Detail of October 24, 1979, Polaroid photo by André Kertész, in the Art Center exhibition The Polaroid Years: Instant Photography and Experimentation, through Jun. 30.
The Casperkill creek runs through campus and has long been a source for student and faculty research. See a 1943 video of how they did it 70 years ago. Photo: Walter Garschagen
Working in a western New York vineyard over Spring Break. Read how student advocacy for migrant workers can evolve from community activism to a passionate career. Photo: Ruth Campbell ’14
A dizzying view of magnolias in bloom behind Main Building. Spring is one of the most beautiful times to visit campus. Check the tour schedule. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
Students on a farm in China where they traveled last summer to research sustainability issues. Read about the experience and some of the things they learned. Photo: Yu Zhou
Henry Hollithron ’15 and his guide dog Kaysley await judges’ results at a recent Russian Studies competition at West Point. Hollithron and teammates scored a near sweep. Learn more. Photo: Olesya Yelfimova
Detail of Catskills in Spring (1861) by Charles Herbert Moore. This painting was part of Vassar’s founding art collection, which included contemporary art of the time. See highlights of the current Art Center collection.
Film professor Sarah Kozloff, left, recently interviewed Rebecca Eaton ’69, this year’s AAVC Distinguished Achievement Award recipient, and co-producer of Downton Abbey. 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!