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Queer Liberation March

Tens of thousands of participants are expected to join the 3rd Annual Queer Liberation March when it steps off in New York City’s Bryant Park on Sunday, June 27. Ann Northrop ’70 is one of the chief organizers of the “alternative” march.

great wonder art history

Students in Assistant Professor of Art Christopher Platts’ Art 218 class collaborated with the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center to spotlight the design of the Alumnae House living room by artist Violet Oakley.

Barbara Warne Newell

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, healthcare, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology.

Cara Moore

Cara Moore, a member of Vassar College Emergency Medical Services (VCEMS), was honored with a proclamation from Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro for spearheading an effort to help helping local public health officials conduct contact tracing to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Brian Quijada (left) and Nygel D. Robinson (right) perform a song from Mexodus.

A performance of the hip-hop concept album Mexodus, co-created by actor-musicians Brian Quijada and Nygel D. Robinson, will be the first live professional theater event on campus since the start of the pandemic.