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The Thompson Library is one of the most beautiful college libraries in the country. The Cornaro Window, shown here, is one of its treasures. Learn more. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
A summer day, perhaps even July 4th. Gathering in the Park, by C.K. Chatterton, the creator of Vassar’s studio art program. The painting is part of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center collection.
An outdoor performance of The Comedy of Errors in 2012. This year, it will be As You Like It. Also this year, the free outdoor performances will be at Vassar Farm. Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Forever Curious, photograph by T.C. Weaver, part of Flip Side, a Palmer Gallery exhibition of faculty and staff artwork, through Sep. 3. Learn more.
Math professor Natalie Frank, left, with students in class. Learn more about the Mathematics Department at Vassar. Photo: Holly Wilmeth
Laura Innes (ER) and Cotter Smith (An American Daughter) rehearsing When the Lights Went Out, a Powerhouse mainstage production, July 17-28. Learn more, and buy tickets online. Photo: Buck Lewis
Corpse and Mirror, 1976, by Jasper Johns, in the Art Center exhibition, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection, through Sept. 8. Learn more about the exhibit.
Detail of Hudson River Scene, 1893, by Henry Van Ingen, Vassar’s first professor of art. The Hudson River Valley is among the most beautiful regions in the country. Learn more about Vassar’s locale.
Laura Innes and Cotter Smith in When the Lights Went Out, a Powerhouse mainstage production, July 17-28. Buy tickets online. Photo: Buck Lewis
Biology professor Margaret Wright with students on the Vassar farm in the 1970s. Wright, who died last year, led the movement to establish an ecological preserve on the farm. Learn more.
Sheila Vand and Clifton Duncan in When the Lights Went Out, at the Powerhouse through July 28. Learn more about the play, and buy tickets online. Photo: Buck Lewis
A rehearsal of A Musical Inspired by the Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company, now through July 28, at the Powerhouse Theater. Get details, listen to a song from the show, and buy tickets online. Photo: Buck Lewis
Biology Professor Marshall Pregnall with Clara Cardillo ’15 and Morgan Foster ’14. Their research seeks methods of protecting threatened turtle eggs from predators. Learn more about this URSI project.Photo: Buck Lewis
Don’t miss the Arlington Farmers’ Market, outdoors every Thursday through October. Get details.
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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!