There seem to be two different types of students I encounter: those with time management skills and those without. The students with these skills turn their work in on time, seem to have studied for exams, come to class looking … Continue reading →
On February the 14th, as Valentine’s Day dawned on the Vassar campus, the Education Committee found it to be a perfect occasion to do some fund-raising for its Education Lunch Program. During a recent crisis of inflation, Haiti experienced a precipitous rise in food prices, one that not only affected the lifestyle of all the members of Chermaître, but also jeopardized the chances for students to get a subsidized meal as part of the education lunch program
Today’s post comes from Rosa Bozhkov, class of 2017 and Art Center Student Docent.
Picture yourself in the third and final room of the XL exhibition
Today’s post comes from Josh Schwartz, class of 2018 and Art Center Student Docent.
This semester, my drawing class is beginning to explore the figure
Recently, I was invited to perform on a piece about my hometown, which was difficult. I move around, a lot and been fortunate enough to call both the jungles of Belize and the austere coldness of Northern England home