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What does it take to keep Vassar going? Lots of folks! Watch a video about Bryan Corrigan, project manager responsible for the massive renovations of Sanders Physics and New England Building.
Statue of Matthew Vassar surrounded by the splendor of a Hudson Valley spring. It’s Founders Day Weekend. Learn more about Matthew Vassar.
Scottie Fitzgerald ’42 with her parents F. Scott and Zelda, ca. 1928. See more photos and learn more about Scottie’s life.
What does it take to keep Vassar going? Lots of folks! Watch a video about Chris Silverman, Senior Web Designer, and creator of the annual Halloween Homepage.
Detail of Night Shadows, by Edward Hopper, part of the Art Center exhibition Mastering Light: From the Natural to the Artificial, through June 29. Learn more about this exhibition.
The view is amazing. Have you been to the Walkway Over the Hudson yet? It’s right here in Poughkeepsie. Find out more. Photo: Buck Lewis
What does it take to keep Vassar going? Lots of folks! Watch a video with Keri VanCamp, manager of the Olmsted greenhouse.
Tierney After Dinner, by Maddie Morris ’14, in the Senior Studio Art Exhibition opening this weekend through May 24. Get the details.
Lights on the Lake was an evening of floating lights, soft music, and meditation conceived by Sharon Lee ’14 as a final project for Health Education. Learn more about the event.Photo: Rebecca Hernandez
Gathering daisies, c.1920s, for the daisy chain, one of Vassar's oldest commencement traditions. Today the African Violets join in leading the processional. See video from over the years.
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Watch a video about Arden Kirkland '93, costume design assistant in the Drama Department.
Congratulations to the Class of 2014. Vassar’s 150th commencement ceremony is on Sunday, May 25. Get more info. Photo: John Abbott
Powerhouse Theater season begins June 20. See what’s on this year’s schedule, and buy tickets online! Photo: Dixie Sheridan
Adding the malt extract to an experimental facsimile of Matthew Vassar’s ale, part of an anthropology class this semester on the history of brewing in the Hudson Valley. Learn more. Photo: Imrul Islam ’17
Weird Sisters: Ministers of Darkness, Minions of the Moon, 1791, by James Gillray, in the Art Center exhibition Mastering Light: From the Natural to the Artificial, through June 29. Learn more about this exhibition.
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Late 1800s - 2017
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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!