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Thursday

August 26, 1999
12:00 am

Leach to direct outdoor leadership program

Timothy Leach of Queensbury, N.Y., a 1999 graduate of Bates College, has been named director of the new Bates Outdoor Education and Leadership Program (BOELP)

Thursday

July 29, 1999
12:00 am

Bates Dance Festival presents new dances, films by Sean Curran and Victoria Mark

The Bates Dance Festival presents two of America’s most eloquent contemporary dance artists who will share the stage for an evening of imaginative and emotionally rich choreography and film Aug. 12 at 8 p.m in Schaeffer Theatre on the Bates College campus. Tickets are $14/$8 (students and seniors) and may be purchased by calling 207-786-6161. A post-performance talk with the artists will take place immediately following the concert.

Tuesday

July 27, 1999
12:00 am

"Sigmund Abeles: The Artist and His Prints" opens

“Sigmund Abeles: The Artist and His Prints: 1954-1999,” featuring 70 prints from more than 200 works the artist has given to the Bates College Museum of Art, will be on view Aug. 13 through Sept. 19. A catalog representing the first complete listing of Abeles’ prints will be available at the exhibition. Abeles will speak about his life and work at the Bates College Museum of Art Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in room 104 of the Olin Arts Center.

Monday

July 26, 1999
12:00 am

New vice president for academic affairs named

Dr. Jill N. Reich has been appointed as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Bates College, President Donald W. Harward announced. Reich joined the Bates community July 1.

Wednesday

June 30, 1999
12:00 am

St. Cecilia Trio to perform concerts

The St. Cecilia Trio, composed of pianist Duncan Cumming, Bates class of 1993; cellist Sölen Dikener; and violinist Hilary Walther, will perform three concerts at Bates College July 13, July 15 and July 17 at 8 p.m. in the Olin Arts Center Concert Hall. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $2 for students and seniors. Call the Olin Arts Center, 207-786-6135, for more information.

Wednesday

June 9, 1999
12:00 am

Labor leader to discuss Latino immigrant workers

Baldemar Velasquez, president and founder of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC) and the Farm Worker Network for Economic and Environmental Justice, will discuss “Latino Immigrant Workers, a Call for a New Civil Rights Movement” at Bates College May 17 at 4 p.m. in Chase Hall Lounge. The public is invited to attend free of charge.

Thursday

June 3, 1999
12:00 am

Admissions office to hold panel discussion

The Bates College Office of Admissions and Financial Aid and the Office of Alumni Relations will present a panel discussion on admissions and financial aid issues for prospective parents and their families June 12 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in Lindholm House, 23 Campus Ave., Lewiston. The public is invited to attend without charge. Call the Bates College Office of Admissions at 207-786-6000 by June 9 to register.

Wednesday

June 2, 1999
12:00 am

Area students to graduate from Bates

Two area residents received bachelor’s degrees during Bates College’s 133rd commencement exercises Monday, May 31 in an outdoor ceremony on the main campus quadrangle. Richard C. Holbrooke, career diplomat and chief negotiator for the 1995 Dayton peace accord that served to suspend ethnic cleansing and warfare in Bosnia, received an honorary doctorate of laws and delivered the commencement address to an audience of some 2,500 at the ceremonies in front of historic Coram Library. Beneath sunny skies, Bates President Donald W. Harward conferred bachelor’s degrees on 417 graduates.

Thursday

May 6, 1999
1:12 pm

Sedney named Ruggles Scholar

Gwen Sedney of Falls Church, Va., has been named Bates College’s 1999 Ruggles Scholar, a fellowship awarded to a junior for academic excellence in the liberal arts and sciences.

Saturday

May 1, 1999
12:00 am

Bates recognized for exceptional faculty research and commitment to teaching

Bates College was one of 14 U.S. liberal arts colleges cited for its exceptional faculty scholarship and commitment to teaching in the latest issue of higher education journal Change Magazine.