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Director of choral activities, Christine Howlett, with Ugandan students. Vassar students will join Ugandan and Japanese singers and musicians in an extraordinary performance in Japan over the break. Learn more. Photo: Shinji Shinoda
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Fourth in the video series “What Are You Doing?” history prof Maria Hoehn talks about her research for the book Breath of Freedom, now a documentary.
For the third time in the last four years, the women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament. It’s this weekend - get the details. Photo: Carlisle Stockton
Les Quatre Camarades (Four Friends), 1970, photograph by Malick Sidibé, in Malick Sidibé: Chemises at the Art Center through Mar. 30. Learn more about this exhibition.
Third in the “From the Pub” video series, Michael Kimmel ’72 and Rachel Simmons ’96 discuss friendship and intimacy in a digital age. See the video. Photo: Evan Abramson
Bridge whiz William Zhu ’15 and his team will play in the world championships in Instanbul, Turkey, in the summer of 2014. Learn more.Photo: Imrul Islam ’17
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
Carlos Hernandez ’14 is helping to design a food hub in downtown Poughkeepsie as his senior project. Learn about this and other senior projects. Photo: Stockton Photo, Inc.
A boy peeks through a chair in Denpasar, Bali. Read Photography and Activism: Ethnographic Art, an essay and photo slideshow by Cebe Loomis ’13.
The library at Strawberry Hill, 1784, in The Architect’s Library, a Special Collections exhibit. Learn more, and listen to Prof. Nicholas Adams explain the importance of Vassar’s collection of notable architecture books.
Painting by Sean Lillis, in the 29th annual Iyoya Children’s Art exhibit at the Palmer Gallery through March 28. Learn more about the exhibit.
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Watch a video about Bruce Bundock, art preparator, and see what goes on behind the scenes to mount an exhibition like Chemises, the Art Center’s spring show. Photo: Karl Rabe
Detail of Deluge, by Todd Knopke. Learn more about this large-scale, site-specific textile installation commissioned by the Art Center.
The Price Is Right, by Raymond LaFaille, in 13 Years of the Vassar Haiti Project, Palmer Gallery through Apr. 3. The annual Haiti art auction is Apr. 4-6. Get the details.
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