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Tuesday

September 23, 2008
1:57 pm

Lecture explores psychology of food choices

Paul Rozin, a psychology professor at the University of Pennsylvania, presents his findings on the moral, psychological and social factors involved in food choices in a lecture at Bates.

Monday

September 22, 2008
12:00 pm

Maddie White '09 contemplates the 'final frontier'

It has always fascinated me that we are able to study and understand what is way beyond our physical reach.

Monday

September 22, 2008
11:31 am

Maddie White '09 contemplates the 'final frontier'

Why did you decide to major in physics? I’ve always enjoyed thinking about things larger than the world we live…

Monday

September 22, 2008
10:22 am

Harward Center launches 2008-09 Civic Forum series

The Harward Center for Community Partnerships inaugurates its 2008-09 Civic Forum series with a talk by a leading scholar-activist on democratic renewal and civic engagement.

Sunday

September 21, 2008
12:00 pm

Kyle McAllister '10

Bates College junior safety Kyle McAllister became the first Bobcat since Terence Ryan ’07 in 2005 to capture NESCAC Football Defensive Player of the Week.

Saturday

September 20, 2008
12:00 pm

Images of Bates: September 2008

A monthly collection of photo highlights from September 2008.

Friday

September 19, 2008
2:08 pm

Expert on herbicide effects on frogs opens College Lecture Series

A biologist who made national news with his research into the effects of a common pesticide on frogs will speak at Bates College.

Friday

September 19, 2008
12:49 pm

'Omnivore's Dilemma' author Pollan to speak at Bates

One of the most prominent advocates for changing the culture of eating in the United States, Pollan has expressed a food philosophy stunning in its reach and simplicity: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

Wednesday

September 17, 2008
1:42 pm

Brittney French '11

Brittney French assumed the starting goalie position on the Bates women’s soccer team this year after the graduation of Nini Spalding ’08.