This semester I’m teaching first year students new to college and seniors thinking hard about Life After College. How they approach their classes and their own learning is vastly different. My seniors come to class excited about the hard work … Continue reading →
Andrew and Lila Meade, Carly Ritter ’05, Dr. Dan Katz from the Medical Advisory Board, and Tamsin Chen ’15 are returning tomorrow from their week-long trip in Haiti
Many colleges have a long weekend sometime in October. Here at Vassar we have a full week. A working study break, this is the perfect time to catch up on grading and to work a little ahead to prepare for … Continue reading →
Today’s post comes from Sophie Asakura, class of 2016 and Art Center Student Docent.
I am currently in Professor Molly McGlennen’s class “Native American Women” which has vastly expanded my thinking and opened a new perspective on the American experience
This is the time of semester when students are beginning to get back some of the assignments they’ve turned in. They are making decisions about whether or not to drop a class based on the grades they have earned. Many … Continue reading →