Vassar may refer to:
- Vassar College, a liberal arts college in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States
- Matthew Vassar (1792–1868), American brewer and merchant, founder of Vassar College
- Michael Vassar, president of the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence
- Phil Vassar (born 1964), American country music artist
- Vassar Clements (born 1928), Grammy Award-winning American jazz, swing, and bluegrass fiddler
- Vassar, Kansas, USA
- Vassar, Manitoba, Canada
- Vassar Township, Michigan, USA
- Vassar, Michigan, at the western end of Vassar Township, Michigan
Other articles related to "vassar":
... Vassar, a village trustee and founder of the nearby college that bears his name, bought the property for $8,000, intending to sell subscriptions to future plots at ... By 1851, Downing, in collaboration with his associate Calvert Vaux and Vassar, had detailed landscape plans ready ... following year did not halt development, as Vassar and Vaux continued along the lines Downing had established ...
... The discography of American country music singer Phil Vassar consists of five studio albums, a greatest hits album and nineteen singles ... Before his signing with Arista Nashville in 1999, Vassar was a prominent songwriter, having co-written number one hits for Jo Dee Messina and Alan Jackson ... As a singer, Vassar has reached number one on the country music charts twice ...
... Eight years later, American singer Phil Vassar covered the song under the title "Love Is a Beautiful Thing" on his album Prayer of a Common Man ... Vassar's version reached its peak of #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in mid-2008 ...
... Lois graduated from Stamford High School and entered Vassar College in 1918 ... a drive for literary excellence and exploration, she graduated from Vassar in 1922 with a degree in English ... rowing herself a modest reputation as a journalist, writing a review of "Vassar Dramatics" to the Poughkeepsie Courier in June of her senior year as ...
Famous quotes containing the word vassar:
“I saw the best minds of my generation
Reading their poems to Vassar girls,
Being interviewed by Mademoiselle.
Having their publicity handled by professionals.
When can I go into an editorial office
And have my stuff published because Im weird?
I could go on writing like this forever . . .”
—Louis Simpson (b. 1923)