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Internationally renowned artist Werner Pfeiffer has donated his works and papers to the Vassar Archives and Special Collections Library. Read more.
A detail from “M104 Widefield 1620-20 n” by David Malin, one of the works on view in Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy at the Art Center through Aug.21. Read more.
Mano a Mano, a dynamic vocal group from Cuba, performs at Skinner Hall on Tuesday, July 12, 8pm. Read more.
The Powerhouse apprentices perform free outdoor theater every summer. This weekend is an adaption of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway. Check out the schedule.
Don’t miss Another Word for Beauty, a musical workshop this weekend at the Martel Theater. It’s inspired by true stories of the yearly beauty pageant, pictured here, at Colombia’s notorious Buen Pastor prison. Photo: Steven Cosson
Take a video tour of the Thompson Memorial Library.
If you’re dying to see Taylor Mac’s 24-Decade History of Popular Music but can’t quite manage the 12-hour time commitment, here’s your shot. This weekend’s performances cover three decades each. Get tickets!
The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe (winner of the inaugural Relentless Award, in honor of Philip Seymour Hoffman), directed by Lila Neugebauer, is now playing on the Powerhouse mainstage. Get tickets! Photo: Buck Lewis
The Noyes House common area. Designed by Eero Saarinen and built in 1958, Noyes House was the last residence hall to be built on campus. Take a video tour with students who live there. Photo: Will Faller
Last chance to see the Powerhouse apprentices perform Soundpainting: This Is All Very True, an improvisational performance featuring music, dance, and acting. Thursday, July 28, at the Art Center. Get the details.
Vassar’s first professor, Maria Mitchell, her sister, and four Vassar graduates, journeyed over 2,000 miles by train in order to observe the eclipse of July 29, 1878. Read more.
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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!