Community Parents of Vassar’s Chinese students have united to help the college combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photo: Rosaleen Cardillo
Community Vassar knows how to stay connected in these challenging times. Students and alums are organizing virtual parties on FaceTime and workouts with fellow athletes on Zoom, and some are singing together via an a cappella app.
Photo: Courtesy of Claire Kendrick ’20
The crisis surrounding COVID-19 has disrupted many lives—especially the lives of our students. But it’s not the first time the campus community has been called to make adjustments in a time of crisis.
Photo: Courtesy of Vassar Special Collections and Archives
Vassar Students, Faculty, Administrators Brace for Some Big Changes.
Getting their voices heard: on Thursday October 30, 1969, at 2:45 a.m., thirty-four Black women successfully barricaded the elevator and the doors of Main Building, taking over the building.
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Vassar and the vote: celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage and the alumnae who dared to insist.
Photo: Everett Collection/Alamy
Fitting tribute: Vera C. Rubin Observatory begins scanning the skies in 2022.
Photo: Wil O’Mullane (Rubin Observatory