This is Vassar: The newsletter for Vassar College Alumnae/i and Families

In the Media

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies Zachariah Mampilly writes about the history of rebel governance in Foreign Affairs.

The Poughkeepsie Journal covers “I Won't Grow Up Day” at Vassar, during which children from the Poughkeepsie community, as well as the Vassar young-at-heart, visit the College Center to enjoy facepainting, a petting zoo, and other kid-oriented activities.

Roll Magazine examines the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center’s new exhibit, "Thomas Rowlandson: Pleasure and Pursuits in Georgian England," including an interview with Patricia Phagan, curator of prints and drawings.

Vassar President Catharine Hill writes an op-ed about supply and demand and the cost of higher education for Inside Higher Ed.

The New York Times looks ahead to Powerhouse Theater's upcoming season of plays.

The Philadelphia Inquirer highlights the environmental toxins research of Janet Gray (pictured), Professor of Psychology and Director of the Vassar College Environmental Risks and Breast Cancer Project.

–Cynthea Ballard ‘13 and Peter Bronski

Photo Courtesy Vassar College / Tamar Thibodeau

May 2011

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