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For the third time in four years, Vassar's women's rugby team will compete in the Final Four, the American Collegiate Rugby Association's national championship. Get the details!
Posthumously awarded the President’s Medal of Freedom,
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, Vassar class of 1922, is pictured here with a page from the log book documenting the first computer bug.
Image courtesy of CODE documentary and Molly Schwartz
It’s crunch time! The library has extended hours during study and exam weeks. Get the schedule.
Photo Credit: Karl Rabe
Celebrating Heroes: American Mural Studies of the 1930s and 1940s explores the golden age of murals in the U.S. On view at the Art Center through Dec. 18.
Fancy skating at the Ice Carnival on Sunset Lake, c.1922. Watch "Let It Snow," vintage video of winter sports on campus.
Make your donation to Vassar's Community Works campaign today to help us meet a $7500 challenge by Friday. 100% of your gift goes to support ten terrific nonprofits, like the Center for Creative Education, pictured here.
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
Read any good Vassar stories lately? Check out our new Stories website!
Photo Credit: Jon DeBoer Photography
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what are 1,000 pictures worth? Follow Vassar on Instagram!
Casperkill bridge (c. 1900), where Sunset Lake is today. Click to see then-and-now photos of winter on the Vassar campus. Happy Holidays! Offices re-open Jan. 3, and classes start on Jan. 25.
Vassar College Office of Communications
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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!