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Detail of Trees: Wearing Autumn Colors, by Elayne Seaman, part of the Palmer Gallery exhibition 18 Ways of Looking at a Tree, through Sep 4. Learn more about this show.
See 25 of New York’s most powerful performers turn 10 love stories into a breathtaking blend of dance and music. In Your Arms opens this weekend at Powerhouse. Get details and buy your tickets online. Photo: Buck Lewis
The Thompson Library is well known for its beautiful architecture. Take a quick video tour with a student guide. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Sanne Järvinen-Cossé ’16, left, and Joshua Bruce ’16, part of an Undergraduate Research Summer Institute (URSI) project that intends to reclaim an ecological laboratory created almost a century ago. Learn more. Photo: Karl Rabe
The Apprentice Company performs free outdoor theater every summer. Check out this year’s schedule, which includes Shakespeare, Chekhov, and a New Play Workshop. Photo: Buck Lewis
Swimming Pool, by William Tyler, in the Art Center exhibition Faces and Figures in Self-Taught Art, through Aug. 31. Learn more.
Deluge, a large-scale textile installation at the Art Center, by Todd Knopke. Don’t miss it—ends this weekend. Learn more. Photo: Karl Rabe
The Apprentice Company performs free outdoor theater every summer. Upcoming: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Privileged Life of Cats. Get details. Photo: Buck Lewis
Ironworkers recently put the final beam of the new Science Center into place, a moment that traditionally calls for a “topping out” ceremony. Learn more about how that works. Photo: Karl Rabe
The Noyes House common area. Designed by Eero Saarinen and built in 1958, Noyes House was the last residence hall to be built on campus. Take a video tour with students who live there. Photo: Will Faller
Janine DiVita and James Carpinello rehearse in A Walk on the Moon, set in the Catskills in 1969. Get details, and buy your tickets online. 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!