News and Events Home All News Vassar Everywhere Events Press Releases Featured Videos News ‘We Weep for Everyone’ The Israel-Hamas war has presented challenges for colleges across the country. Here’s how Vassar is supporting the members of its campus community. Leaving a Trace Architects responsible for restoring Notre-Dame of Paris recently talked about their efforts to rebuild the cathedral after the devastating fire and how research by the late Professor Andrew Tallon has aided their efforts. Book by Chip Reid ’77 Documents Experiences of Iraq War Veterans Veteran journalist Chip Reid ’77 visited campus to speak about his book Battle Scars, which documents the experiences of the Iraq War veterans with whom he was embedded 20 years ago. Campus Polling Site Aids Vassar Voters Voting this Election Day was quick and easy for students and others on campus. All they had to do to cast their ballots was show up at the Aula. Vassar Everywhere Exploring Transfer Program Manager Charlotte Gullick and Associate Dean of the College for Student Growth & Engagement Wendy Maragh Taylor write about “The Next Step in Equity Work” in Inside Higher Ed. College Historian Ronald Patkus speaks to WAMC about the exhibition Elizabeth Bishop’s Postcards, now on view at Vassar’s Archives & Special Collections Library. Peipei Qiu, Professor and Chair of Chinese and Japanese, spoke to China Daily about a project she is leading that uses AI to preserve the oral history of World War II “comfort women.” Dara Greenwood, Associate Professor of Psychological Science and Director of Media Studies, writes about the death of Matthew Perry and “Coping Through Comedy and Connection” in Psychology Today. Professor Paulina Bren, Vassar’s Director of Women, Feminist, and Queer Studies, discusses her book, The Barbizon: The Hotel that Set Women Free on the podcast This Is Love.