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On Campus - January 2020 Preview

Despite the Winter Break there are still campus activities to anticipate!

Tony Award-winning sound designer Fitz Patton ’88 will conduct a workshop for students during Modfest.

Friday, January 17

Beginning at 1:00pm, Vassar’s Sophomore Career Connections event will take place in the Students’ Building 2nd Floor Multipurpose Room. Sophomore Career Connections is an opportunity for second-year students to explore the career options available to liberal arts graduates. Sophomores will have the opportunity to meet with alumnae/i and parent mentors, attend industry-based career panels, participate in networking events, and listen to a keynote address from a Vassar graduate.

Save the Date for Modfest!

Modfest 2020 is coming up, January 30 to February 9. Explore the arts with Vassar through a series of performances, exhibits, and lectures, all centered around the theme, “reflect to project.”

Highlights include an exhibition of work by sculptor Louise Bourgeois, and a performance by the Vassar Repertory Dance Theatre. Alum Fitz Patton ’88, sound designer and Tony Award winner for Choir Boy (pictured) will present a sound design for theater workshop for students, and Jackson Kroomp’10 will screen two films dealing with cancel culture and the #MeToo movement. Also featured, talks by visiting artist and composer Jeff Snyder, Tony Award winner Celia Keenan-Bolger from To Kill a Mockingbird, and others. All events will take place on and around the Vassar campus. Events are free and most are open to the public.

Information on upcoming athletic events can be found at: https://www.vassarathletics.com/.

 

 

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Posted by Office of Communications Friday, November 1, 2019