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Summertime, and the livin' is easy...Admissions tour guides cooling off by the waterfall at Sunset Lake. Check the Admissions tour schedule. Photo: Ben Rutkowski '09
The Emerald Ash Borer is headed this way. Read about what Vassar is doing to mitigate its devastating effects. Photo: Buck Lewis
Daniel Alexander Jones ’91 is one of 20 performing artists recently honored with a 2015 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award. Read about it in the Vassar Quarterly.
Five Vassar students and anthro prof April Beisaw recently spent a week digging holes at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Historic Site in nearby Hyde Park. Read more.
Have you taken the video tour of the Thompson Memorial Library?
Take a quick video tour of the awesome, new, under-construction science building with project manager Robert Nilsson.
Twenty years after they graduated from Vassar, these guys still meet up once a year to renew their friendship and ride the backroads of Dutchess County. Read more.
Don’t miss the Arlington Farmers’ Market, outdoors every Thursday through October. Get details.
This weekend is International Student Orientation. Welcome to 67 new students from 25 countries! Visit the Office of International Services website.
Welcome, class of 2019! We’re glad you’re here. See a video of how move-in day works at Vassar. Photo: Karl Rabe
Lost and Found, an exhibition of paintings by Eric Brown ’90, co-owner and director of the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in NYC, is on view in the Palmer Gallery through Sept. 16. Read more.
Kabira Stokes ’99, founder of Isidore Electronics Recycling, says, “The things we’ve discarded from society can provide opportunities for the people we’ve discarded from society.” Read more about this pioneer!
The Vassar Library is a magnificent resource. If you are new to the campus, you can learn everything you need to navigate the library here.
Vassar College Office of Communications
124 Raymond Ave
Poughkeepsie, NY 12604
Late 1800s - 2017
Browse and enjoy.
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!