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Sparkle, photo by Jorge Abel Santos in the Palmer Gallery exhibition, Two Worlds in My Heart, through Oct. 18. Learn more.
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Watch a video with Anne Beckingham and her crew, who keep Vassar’s athletic fields in tip-top condition.
Emily Izquierdo '13 (right) joined her friend, Kelly Nguyen '13 (left), in L.A., where both are working in the film and television industry. Read the story. Photo: Amanda Crommet ’13
The ever-popular free walking tours of Vassar campus are scheduled for three upcoming weekends. Get details, and sign up. Photo: Tamar Thibodeau
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Watch a video with Luis Inoa, Director of Residential Life, and the person responsible for the day-to-day experiences of 2,400+ Vassar students.
Have you ever been inside the Doubleday art studios? Try the new 360˚ tour and take a look around.
What does it take to keep Vassar ticking? Lots of folks! Watch a video with Brian Chickery, the computer tech who helps to keep 5,000+ computers operating smoothly.
A performance in the Fergusson Dance Theater. Check out the 360º Tour for a better look at this theater in Kenyon Hall.
Had your workout today? Take a student-led video tour of the Athletics & Fitness Center to see some of the options. Photo: John Abbott
MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan) hosted 40 College Match students at Vassar in 2013. Twelve of them are now enrolled. Read more. Photo: Stockton Photo, Inc.
Rockefeller Hall with the Hudson Highlands in the distance. See more autumn campus photos on our Postcard site.
The Fight in the Forest, by Hans Burgkmair I, in the Art Center exhibition, Imperial Augsburg: Renaissance Prints and Drawings, through December 14. Learn more.
It takes a lot of people to keep Vassar running smoothly. Watch a video with Luz Burgos-Lopez, Director of the ALANA Center.
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Late 1800s - 2018
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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!