Students and staff in four offices – Health Promotion and Education, Religious and Spiritual Life and Contemplative Practices, Counseling Service, and Student Growth and Engagement – have launched a podcast series of guided meditations called “Mindful and Reflective Moments.”
Vassar paid solemn tribute to civil rights champion and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a candlelight vigil Monday night, two days after she died of cancer at the age of 87.
In the wake of the deadly attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue, then-Rachlin Director of Jewish Student Life Elizabeth Aeschlimann organized a pair of workshops on anti-Semitism led by Cherie Brown, founder of the National Coalition Building Institute.
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During Vassar’s Fall Convocation ceremony, Lisa Collins, Professor of Art on the Sarah Gibson Blanding Chair and Professor of American and Africana Studies, gave the Convocation Address, and the Alumnae/i Association of Vassar College bestowed awards upon six distinguished alumnae/i.
About 35 alumnae/i and family members took part in a program on Jewish and Muslim Student Life during Reunion June 7.
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Nora Zaki brings an ecumenical background to her new role as Vassar’s Advisor for Muslim Student Life.
Join us for a traditional family-style Passover seder with an inclusive mix of English and Hebrew blessings, songs, and discussion. All are welcome! Please sign up by April 12th so we can match you with a seder.