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Nina Seligson ’14, left, directing a scene in her Junior filmmaking project. Learn more about the Film Department. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Untitled, woodblock print by Utagawa Kunisada in the Art Center exhibition Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints, through Dec 15
English professor W.K. Rose with students in the early 60s. The W.K. Rose Fellowship, featured in a Special Collections exhibit, has supported creative artists for decades. See videos and learn more about Rose.
Last month the Student Conservation Association and 200 volunteers planted 1,100 trees, built a wetland walkway, and much more on the Vassar Farm. See video. Photo: Evan Abramson ’00
Matthew Vassar celebrates the end of the college’s $431,000,000 campaign. We did it! See the video. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
The red fox is part of the Fonteyn Kill ecosystem. You may have noticed her on one of the banners around the Science Building construction site. You can see all the flora & fauna banners in a slide show.
Vassar campus is extraordinarily beautiful in the fall. Enjoy the season and take a free walking tour on two weekends in October. Get details. Photo: John Abbott
Chair of the Education Department Chris Bjork with Anna Schlosser ’14, who will be among the first Vassar graduates to earn a bachelor’s in educational studies. Learn more. Photo: John Abbott
Rockwell Schwartz ’15 with chickens she helped airlift to animal sanctuaries this summer. Learn more about some unusual things Vassar students did this summer. Photo: Marji Beach
Biology Professor Marshall Pregnall with Clara Cardillo ’15 and Morgan Foster ’14. See a video of their research, which seeks methods of protecting threatened turtle eggs from predators. Photo: Buck Lewis
Gladstone Bags, photo by alum Andrea Baldeck ’72, in the Palmer Gallery exhibition Bones Books & Bell Jars: Photographs of the Mütter Museum Collection, through Nov. 14. Learn more.
The Class of 1951 Observatory houses two large reflecting telescopes equipped with electronic cameras. Learn more about the observatory, its telescopes, and its weekly open nights. Photo: Robert Benson
Architectural rendering of the future Center for the Study of Dark Arts.
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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!