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Moodleboard creations of various images featuring group of people, single shots, couples dancing, a pair with their fists up, a boy riding on wheels, a woman posing and a woman wearing glasses. Moodleboard was complied by Malachi Maguregui.
IMAGES Moodleboard designed by Malachi Maguregui ’25

IMAGES is the yearly submission-based student publication created by the ALANA Center in 1988 as a vehicle for creative self-expression for African-American/Black, Latinx, Asian/Asian-American, and Native American students. Since 1988, IMAGES continues to reflect the different needs, thoughts, and accomplishments of Vassar’s communities of color. The publication strives to continue as a space of resilience and creativity for the unwavering voices of students of color on this campus.

2022/2023 IMAGES Publication out now! Stop by the ALANA Center to receive your copy.

IMAGES cover photo highlighting the theme of joy. Images featured include an ALANA Center art piece, sunrise, yellow flowers, former ALANA Administrative Fellow & Class of 2021 graduate Sefa February, red leaf trees, flowers in hand, sunset, and the new ALANA sign.
Cover designed by Rabiah Aziz ’26 and Breille Irahoza ’24

Featured Interviews from the upcoming issue include:

Spotlight Interview: Garden to Celebrate Black Lives

A Tribute to Black Life plaque displayed on a rock that contains "Still I Rise" Maya Angelou, April 2022 at the Garden to Celebrate Black Lives.
Photo captured by Gari Puckrein ’24

Favour Movel ’25 sits down with Dean Wendy Maragh Taylor, Associate Dean of the College for Student Growth and Engagement to learn more about the Garden to Celebrate Black Lives. Listen to Favour and Dean Wendy’s interview below.

Staff/Community Spotlight Interview: TC Weaver aka RezOnes and Boogie of BoogieRez

Learn more about BoogieRez, the murals they have worked on, Hip-Hop 101 at Vassar, and how they share their passion and give back to the community view the full Zoom interview conducted by Carl Webster ’25.

IMAGES Covers From Past Issues