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Untitled, enamel on board by Janet Sobel, in the Art Center exhibition Faces and Figures in Self-Taught Art, through Aug. 31. Learn more.
Matthew Vassar’s brewery provided the wealth he used to found the college. If you’ve ever wondered what that historic ale tasted like, you aren’t alone. Read more.
Built in 1927, Cushing House is a residence hall on campus. Take a peek inside on a brief video tour with a student who lives there. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
Over spring break in Japan, Vassar choir members joined musical and theater artists from four continents for an unusual collaboration. See videos and read the story. Photo: Shinji Shinoda
Studio art professor Peter Charlap painted a series of portraits of men on death row. Read about why he wanted to do this. Photo: Jennifer May
Physics lecturer David Rishell and his URSI fellow Adam Warner ’17 are creating an interactive, digital curriculum to teach physics. Read more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Figures, by Donald Mitchell, in the Art Center exhibition Faces and Figures in Self-Taught Art, through Aug. 31. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Susie Martinez ’15, center, and day campers at the Catharine Street Community Center. Martinez is spending the summer as a Community Fellow in Poughkeepsie. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Main Building contained nearly the entire college when it opened in 1865. Take a video tour of a few of its highlights. Photo: Mark Fink
The historic Juliet theater has been renovated and is opening today as the all new Vassar College Store. Get the details. Photo: Mark Fink
The Card Players, attributed to Bartolomeo Manfredi, part of an Art Center themed installation, Playing Cards, through Aug. 28. Learn more.
New students arrive this week with boxes of great stuff to put in their rooms. What’s it like for students to live at Vassar? See a video. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Welcome, Class of 2018! We’re glad you’re here. See a video of how move-in day works at Vassar. Photo: Buck Lewis
New students have arrived and are getting a handle on campus life, everything from learning their new res house to navigating the dining halls. Read more about student life at Vassar. Photo: Dixie Sheridan ’65
A laser scanner image of the Washington National Cathedral clerestory produced by Associate Professor Andrew Tallon in a project recently featured by the Washington Post. Learn more.
Vassar College Office of Communications
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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!