Rent our lovely, rustic farmhouse in Southwestern France. Midway between Dordogne and Lot Rivers. Quiet, picturesque farming village near Figeac and Saint-Céré; 45 minutes to Sarlat, capital of the Dordogne Valley; 70 km to Cahors and its vineyards. Available May–June, Sept.–Nov. Well located for those interested in pre-history, medieval history, gastronomy, hiking, and canoeing.
Professor Geoffrey Jehle845.437.5210http://nadal2.objectis.net
Charming, historic house in maritime village of Greenport, Long Island; 5-minute walk to town, all amenities, and transportation (LIRR, Hampton Jitney). 3 br (2 queen, 1 full, sleeps 5), 2 full ba, outdoor shower, cook’s kitchen, gracious dining room seats 8, library/study. Spacious sunroom leads to porch/deck with water views of Sterling Harbor and flowering pergola, large private yard. Internet/cable, utilities incl. Monthly or two-week rentals: June: $12k; July: $16k; August $17k, August-Labor Day $18k; September $15k.
Ellen Schnepel ’email@example.com
Situated on a quiet and central block in New Orleans’s Vieux Carre, this cozy historic Creole cottage is perfect for a single or a couple looking to explore all the music, food, art, and culture New Orleans has to offer. Start your morning enjoying your chicory coffee in the interior courtyard and end your night sipping a Sazerac under a gas lamp on the front patio. Channel your inner Anne Rice or Tennessee Williams in this excellent writer’s retreat. Slide the 12-foot-tall wood pocket doors closed and curl up in a queen bed after a long day of jazz, gumbo, and cemetery tours. Walking distance to various streetcar lines and buses. Washer/dryer, Internet, gas stove, utilities included.
Eddie Gamarra ‘firstname.lastname@example.org
Prime mountaintop land situated in the beautiful Catskill Mountains, minutes from several towns and Ski Windham. May be used for private estate, home development, forestry, hunting, agriculture. Easy access. 139 acres with underground springs, pond, and flowing creek. Call, text, or email.
Susan Aull ‘email@example.com
Judy Levine, Vassar alum and former medical-school Director of Admissions provides private, personal premed advising. If you or someone you love is headed to medical school or is thinking about it, professional counseling may be just what’s needed to make it happen. It can be a one-time credential check or full support through the long application process.
Judy Kirshen Levine914.631.7996JKL@PremedAdvising.com
Vassar alum and experienced career counselor will guide you to a satisfying career path and successful job search. Can meet with you in person in Westchester or NYC, and/or by phone and email. No situation is too difficult!
Nada Beth Glick, MEd, EdD914.381.5992 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Curators are seeking samplers made by alums of Vassar for an exhibition organized by the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. A sampler is a piece of linen embroidered with colored silk threads in decorative patterns. They were popular educational tools for young women from the 17th through the 19th centuries.
Professor Caroline M. Culp405.email@example.com
Vassar alum with a master’s in psychology from Hunter College, CUNY, offers Academic Accountability Coaching (AAC) for undergraduates. AAC provides a weekly one-to-one check-in. The focus is on study skills and time management. Behavioral strategies for conquering procrastination, test anxiety, and anxiety relief are part of the coaching if the need arises. Most importantly, I seek to help each student find a balance between school and all the other things that undergraduates love to do. I’ve taught psychology for eight years and I know that school can be overwhelming. AAC offers an important support for achieving academic, career, and personnel success.
Downsizing alum from Vassar family is reluctantly parting with 3 sets of 1929 Wedgwood Vassar dinner plates. Each set has 12 different pictures of buildings on campus. There are 2 Blue Sets, and 1 Green set. $750/set (or best offer), plus shipping.
Robin Gaines, ‘78Gaines.firstname.lastname@example.org
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