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Biology professor Kate Susman and Tushar Agarwal ’14 are investigating the effects of so-called “greener” pesticides. See a video about their work. Photo: Buck Lewis
In the current issue of the Vassar Quarterly , photographer Todd Shapera ’79 writes about fair trade cacao cultivation in Belize. See more photos and learn a little about contemporary Mayan farmers. Photo: Todd Shapera ’79
Lily Yachen Sun ‘14 and Ben Morse ’14 work with professors John Long and Ken Livingston using robots to help them research how organisms evolve. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Elizabeth Putnam ’55 founded the Student Conservation Association in 1957. Putnam and members of the SCA joined volunteers to plant more than 1,000 trees this week at the Vassar Farm & Ecological Preserve. Learn more.
A detail of Taylor Hall (1915) by C.K. Chatterton, who taught studio art at Vassar from 1915-1948. See vintage video of Professor Chatterton teaching in 1943.
Professor Molly McGlennen with students in her course “Native American Women.” Vassar’s American Studies program offers a correlate sequence in Native American Studies. Learn more. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
A horse-drawn trolley in front of Vassar’s original main gate. Today we have a Poughkeepsie bus that stops right on campus. Get more details.
Bird, woodblock print from the series Genji and the Flowers and Birds, Wind and Moon by Utagawa Fusatane, in the Art Center exhibition Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints, Sep 20-Dec 15
Students working in the Miscellany News office. Vassar’s student newspaper is one of the oldest collegiate weeklies in the country. Of course, these days you can also read it online. Check it out.Photo: Holly Wilmeth
This is the Day: Leonard Freed’s Photographs of the 1963 March on Washington a Palmer Gallery exhibition, Sep 26-Oct 12. Opening program on Sep. 26 includes the photographer’s widow, Brigitte Freed. Get details.Photo: Leonard Freed/Magnum Photos
This is the Day: Leonard Freed’s Photographs of the 1963 March on Washington a Palmer Gallery exhibition, through Oct 12. Learn more.Photo: Leonard Freed/Magnum Photos
A Roosevelt lecture by Professor Emeritus Glen Johnson during A Day At Vassar. This year’s community day is Oct. 12; registration deadline is Oct. 4. Don’t miss it, register now. Photo: Buck Lewis
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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!