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Welcome back. Kitchen workers in the Retreat are always glad to see you. Watch a video behind the scenes where they work hard to keep the campus fed.
A plan drafted by professor Tobias Armborst and his partners to repair damage from Hurricane Sandy and protect New York from future storms has been selected for federal funding. Read more. Photo: courtesy Tobias Armborst
Woodcut of Nuremberg from the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493, the most heavily illustrated book of its century. Special Collections holds three copies, on display in the exhibition, Never Before Has Your Like Been Printed. Learn more.
Professor Sarjit Kaur and Chase Morgan-Floyd ’18 working on chemistry research as part of Diving Into Research, a program giving some incoming students early exposure to sciences at Vassar. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
At the Department Store, Yokohama, Japan, photograph by Monica d. Church, in the Palmer Gallery exhibition, 24,000 Nautical Miles…Photos From a Circumnavigation, Sep. 9–17. Learn more.
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Liz Randolph, the editor-in-chief of the Vassar Quarterly, talks about what she loves about putting the magazine together.
The Thompson Library lobby seen through the gothic tracery of a stairwell. Take a video tour of Vassar’s beautiful main library. Photo: Ryan Muir ’06
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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!