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A small, but renown liberal arts college in Poughkeepsie, New York with a student population of 2400. It was founded by Matthew Vassar, a financially successful brewer. Originally a women's college and member of the Seven Sisters, Vassar became co-ed in 1969. The college retains a majority of female students (60%), has a large gay population, and, just like other liberal arts schools, is known for popular recreational marijuana use.
Perhaps the user 'VCunts' was rejected to Vassar College or simply didn't have the credentials to apply in the first place.
by CVI March 14, 2006