Acts Tobacco, Skizzy Mars to open concert
From Miscellany News
By Adam Buchsbaum
The headliner for this year’s annual Vassar College Entertainment (ViCE) spring concert, co-sponsored by Hip Hop 101, is Das Racist. Up-and-coming hip-hop artist Skizzy Mars and electronic-influenced Tobacco will open at a concert that takes place at Noyes Circle on April 20 from 7 to 10 p.m.
ViCE has put together a very special WINTER concert featuring Vassar’s own Thea Ballard ’13 and American indie folk band, The Low Anthem.
The Low Anthem is an American indie folk band from Providence, Rhode Island, formed in 2006. It consists of multi-instrumentalists Ben Knox Miller, Jeff Prystowsky, Jocie Adams, Mike Irwin and Tyler Osborne. You can find their music
Check Out this article about the fall concert on The Miscellany News:
ViCE brings underground, upbeat acts Anamanaguchi, Fang Island
By Rachel Borné
No doubt many members of the student body either sincerely or ironically consider themselves tech-savvy 90s babies who reminisce about the good ol’ days of Nintendo’s pixilated graphics and eight-bit soundscapes. For this group
Click the link below to hear the announcement made earlier on The Campus Current, an hour long bi-weekly show on WVKR 91.3 (www.wvkr.org) that features campus happenings, news, events and more!
Campus Current 10/25
ViCE Film League, David Keith ’13 and the Drama and Film Departments of Vassar College are pleased to announce an exciting film event and networking opportunity for Vassar students!!
Join us this Friday, October 7th in the CDF at 6:30 PM for a Pre-Distribution Premiere of “The Family Tree“ and Q&A with Hollywood Producer and Writer, Mark Lisson.
ViCE Special Events is a committee dedicated to entertaining Vassar, we deal with all that’s not music or movies, we are and can be involved in those activities, however. SE brings comedians, hypnotists, humorists, mentalists and many other -ists to campus. We are also the brains behind the huge parties ViCE throws during the year; all of ViCE works together