|The Horror Hits Home in History 229
By H. Jay BurnsSteve Hochstadt took an overcrowded lecture course on the Holocaust and made it intense, personal, and confrontational. Here’s how.
|Maine — The Way Life Once Was
Photographs by George W. French ’08A nostalgic look at mid-century Maine.
By Ruth Wilson ’36The late Edmund Muskie ’36’s Bates peers remember a beloved classmate and friend.
|What Might Have Been,
What Wonderfully Was
By Jim Carignan ’61Nothing could stop Muskie’s drive to serve society and his College.
|Gladys Hasty Carrol ’25,
Back for Another Spin
By Greg GadberrySixty-three years after publication, Gladys Hasty Carroll ’25’s As the Earth Turns once again wows critics and readers.
By David Kociemba ’96Among other things, why Bates seniors wince whenever a thesis busts through the two-hundred-page barrier.