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“Imprints” will exhibit collage, painting, prints, and wood assemblage (11/1–11/15)

On November 1st at 10:00am in the College Center, the James W. Palmer ‘90 Gallery will open its “Imprints” exhibit featuring new independent work by Luke Arsenault ’19, Annie Duncan ’19, Saski Plum Globig ’19, Jonah Parker '19, Anja Zhao ‘19, and Diana Rose Smith '19 Exchange from Trinity College. The exhibit will include collage, painting, prints, and wood assemblage. The exhibition dates are November 1–15, and the reception will be held on Thursday, November 8, at 5:30 to 7:00pm.

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Roxane Gay, as the 2018 William A. Starr Distinguished Lecturer, will be discussing her best-selling book Bad Feminist.

Roxane Gay is an essayist; contributing opinion writer for the New York Times; best-selling author of numerous books, including Hunger and Difficult Women; and a sought after cultural critic. Her New York Times best-selling book, Bad Feminist, was chosen as the common reading for the Vassar class of 2022. She will present the 2018 William Starr Distinguished Lecture at Vassar College on Wednesday, November 7th starting at 5:30 pm in the Chapel. The title of her talk is “Roxane Gay: With One N."

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Jane Kamensky will discuss her current project, a history of the sexual revolution as revealed by the biography of feminist sex radical Candida Royalle.

Candice Vadala, aka Candida Royalle (1950-2015), worked as a singer and dancer in underground psychedelic theater, as an actress in golden age pornography, and later as a pioneering creator of feminist erotica. But it was her lifelong dedication as an amateur self-archivist, as a pitiless plumber of the self, that most intimately reveals the forces that shaped both her biography and her tumultuous era in history will be held on November, 29th at 5:30PM in Taylor Hall 203.

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Field hockey claims first-ever Liberty League Championship title and earns an automatic bid into the NCAA National Tournament

The Vassar College field hockey team claimed its first-ever Liberty League Championship title with a 1-0 win over Rochester on Saturday afternoon at Weinberg Field, and earned an automatic bid into the NCAA National Tournament. Senior Alyssa More scored the game winning goal for the Brewers, and senior Monica Feeley was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Performer.

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