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An Undergraduate Research Summer Institute (URSI) project this year tested water quality in the area where the new science center will be built. The URSI symposium is Oct. 3; check the schedule. Photo: Buck Lewis
A lecture by Professor Emeritus Glen Johnson during A Day At Vassar in 2011. Registration has been extended to Oct. 9 for this year’s community day. Don’t miss it, register now. Photo: Buck Lewis
Detail of From the Tower, pastel by Marlene Wiedenbaum, part of Sacred Ground: Held in Trust, at the Palmer Gallery through Oct. 13. Learn more about this artist’s work.
The Women’s Volleyball team huddles during a game. Check what some of the coaches say about the prospects of Vassar’s athletic teams this Fall.Photo: Stockton Photo, Inc.
Only two more weeks for the Arlington Farmers’ Market, running through Oct. 25. Don’t miss out.
Photo: © The Miscellany NewsMolly Turpin ’12 & Ruby Cramer ’12
A research team in Antarctica, led by astrophysicist John Carlstrom ’81, is studying “the light left over from the Big Bang.” Read the story.
Call of the Sea, a sculpture that disappeared decades ago from Sunset Lake is now returned, and can be seen in the Art Center’s sculpture garden. Read the surprising story.
The Vassar Experimental Garden (VEG) is a communal garden run entirely by students. Read a 2011 Miscellany News article about this undertaking. Photo: Cat Tween ’16.
View of the ATLAS detector, used in the search for the Higgs boson. A member of the research team, Sau Lan Wu ’63, will speak today at 5:00pm in Rockefeller 300. See a BBC documentary about why the Higgs boson is so important. Photo: CERN
Students sit a Women’s Center and LGBTQ information table in the College Center. Learn more about the work of the Campus Life and Diversity office. Photo: Evan Abramson ’00
This is the last week for the Arlington Farmer’s Market. But starting Nov. 1, it moves indoors to the College Center. Get details. Photo: © The Miscellany NewsMolly Turpin ’12 & Ruby Cramer ’12
Cubism, a photograph by Benjamin Busch ’91, part of Conflict, Destruction, Renewal: Contemporary Artists on War, a group show in the Palmer Gallery through Nov. 16. Learn more.
Zombie ants are on the march. But not just for Halloween. Learn about the course studying this and other bizarre behavior in nature. Photo: David Hughes, Penn State University
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