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The Vassar Haiti Project holds its annual Art and Soul reception to support the medical center in Chermaitre on Wednesday, May 4. Find out more and get tickets to the reception.
Have you heard about the Vassar Review, a literary journal brought back to life by Alexander Raz ’16 and Palak Patel ’16? Come to the launch celebration on Thursday, May 5, in the Loeb Sculpture Garden at 5:00pm! Read more.
Founder’s Day, Vassar’s oldest tradition, is this weekend. Read more about the history of this campus-wide celebration.
Thompson Library has been an iconic campus presence since it was built in 1905. Sign up for a walking tour (Saturday, May 14) to learn more about this and other historic Vassar locations.
Our scholar-athletes are rockstars, too. Meet the members of fouronefour, a popular campus band with an eclectic repertoire. Photo: Karl Rabe
Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy is now on view at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. Find out more about the exhibition.
Powerhouse tickets go on sale online on May 17! Check out this season’s offerings, including Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.
Have you heard of the night market phenomenon? Watch a video of Vassar’s Night Market, an Asian Students’ Alliance event that brings together a wide range of student orgs for a night of food and fun.
Kudos to swimmer Julia Cunningham ’17 and middle hitter Matthew Knigge ’18 on being named first-team All-American this spring! Read more. Photo: Stockton Photo Inc.
A Vassar contingent traveled to China over spring break to study the environmental impacts of the country’s rapid economic growth. Read more!
Gathering daisies, c.1920s, for the daisy chain, one of Vassar's oldest commencement traditions. Today the African Violets join in leading the processional. See video from over the years.
Congratulations to the class of 2016! Get more info about Vassar’s 152nd Commencement. Photo: John Abbott
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