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Detail of Gesture III by Robert Motherwell, in the Art Center exhibition, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection, through Sept. 8. Learn more about the exhibit.
Astronomy professor Debra Elmegreen, right, with students in the Class of ’51 Observatory. Learn more about the observatory, which houses one of the two largest telescopes in New York State. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Justin Leavenworth ’96 is working on supplying grass-fed beef to consumers. Read the article in the food issue of the Vassar Quarterly. Photo: Rick Dahms
Detail of Untitled by Cy Twombly, in the Art Center exhibition Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection, through Sept. 8. Learn more about the exhibit.
Using a keyboard on the quad, c.1950s. No wi-fi necessary.
Nina Zagat ’63 and her husband, Tim Zagat, founded the Zagat Survey. Read an interview with Nina about their path to success. Photo: courtesy of Zagat Survey
The New York Times recently featured Professor Meg Ronsheim, who is working to restore the native plant laboratory and wetlands along the Fonteyn Kill. Read more. Photo: Buck Lewis
New students arrive next week with boxes of great stuff to put in their rooms. What’s it like for students to live at Vassar? See a video. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Youth counselor Toby Sola ’14 helps children make paper mache projects as part of his summer serving as a Community Fellow. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Detail of Untitled by Franz Kline, in the Art Center exhibition Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection, through Sept. 8. Learn more about the exhibit.
Penelope Casas ’65 signing her tapas cookbook in the 80s. Casas, who recently passed away, was a pioneer in bringing Spanish cuisine to the U.S. Get one of her recipes, and read the story.Photo: courtesy of Elisa Casas
Welcome, Class of 2017! We’re glad you’re here. See a video of how move-in day works at Vassar.Photo: Buck Lewis
New students have arrived and are getting a handle on campus life, everything from learning their new residence house to navigating the dining halls. Read more about student life at Vassar.Photo: Dixie Sheridan ’65
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