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February 04 - February 6, 2011
February 25 - February 27, 2011
March 25 - March 27, 2011
The Chapel was designed by Shepley Rutan & Coolidge, and completed in 1904. The angel-head hammerbeam ceiling is a much-loved feature, along with the rose window by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Learn more about the chapel and its many stained-glass windows. Photo by Francis Smith '87.
March 30, 2011
An all-student production of Clue in Fall 2009, written by Nate Silver '10 and featuring (left to right) Seth Biberstein '10, Baize Buzan '10, and Chris Root '10. The play turned Main Building into the locale of an interactive murder mystery. Want to see a play this semester? Check the Drama Department's upcoming schedule. Photo by Ben Rutkowski '09.
April 01, 2011
Predecessor to the Shakespeare Garden was the Nyasaland Garden, established at Vassar in 1907. Students cultivated the flora and some of the fauna of the country known today as Malawi. The project was terminated after an incident involving the elephant, specifics of which are not well documented. Read more about the Nyasaland Garden.
June 08, 2011
Adam Green, class of 1995, was the originator of Rocking the Boat, a non-profit that “uses boats to build kids.” Read more about this alum and the unusual organization he founded. */ ?> Mark Linn-Baker and Jon Tenney ’84 perform a scene from A Year with Frog and Toad at the Powerhouse Theater’s 25th anniversary gala in 2009. This year’s box office opens today. Check the season schedule.
July 15 - July 17, 2011
This painting by Charles Herbert Moore, titled Morning Over New York, 1864, was in the founding art collection of the college. It was also used on the Environmental Studies website to illustrate that program's broad pedagogic approach. See highlights of the Art Center's collection.