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  • The Campus Current: Prison Edition

    November 27th, 2012

    This week on The Campus Current, the team looks at the prison system and it’s various connections to Vassar.  We’ll hear activists, artists, students and intellectuals discuss and describe issues and experiences related to correctional facilities.  Starting us off we’ll hear about The Campaign to End the New Jim Crow’s recent conference “Mass Incarceration – The Shame of our Nation.”  Then we’ll look at prison systems and the arts through an interview with former inmate and dance director Andre Noel and hear Mary-Kay Lombino, Curator of Contemporary Art and Photography at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, talk about the “outsider” art of Inez Nathaniel Walker.  Finally, we’ll hear about the involvement of two students in the various prison initiatives and programs at Vassar.  Tune in at 5 PM to 91.3 FM or go to www.wvkr.org!

    The Campus Current – November 20th, 2012

    November 20th, 2012

    Check out the Campus Current at 5 PM on 91.3 or wvkr.org.  This week’s show features profiles of various interesting people of the Vassar community!

    The Campus Current: International Show of Mystery

    November 13th, 2012

    Tune into 91.3 FM or go to www.wvkr.org at 5 PM EST today to hear “The Campus Current: International Show of Mystery.” Today’s show highlights the voices and experiences of international communities and individuals at Vassar. Segments include: the story of Mirela, an Albanian woman working at the Retreat, a discussion of culture shock with Office of International Services intern Carlos Albuja ’15, a conversation with Harry Pickering ’16 and Katie Eliot ’16, two American ex-pats returning to the US for college, and finally an interview about cultural adaptation and the referendum for statehood in Puerto Rico with Puerto Rican student Cecilia Grana-Rosa ‘15.

    The Campus Current: Election Day Special!

    November 6th, 2012

    Tuesday, November 6, is a momentous day for two reasons: it’s Election Day and time for another episode of The Campus Current!  This week, the team explores the presidential election from a uniquely “Vassar” perspective.  We’ll analyze the presidential debates with the Vassar debate society and discuss the role of linguistics in the election with David Tavárez, Professor of Anthropology.  We’ll also hear a smattering of student opinions about technology and democracy and examine both candidate’s foreign policy with Poli-Sci major Henry Braun ’15.  Tune in at 5 PM!