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Joining a preorientation AESOP trip this year, photographer Mike Bradley captures the…
Rubén Martínez, chronicler of the harsh consequences of boom times in the West, gives the annual Otis Lecture on Oct. 14.
A piano trio drawn from Maine’s three selective liberal arts colleges plays French chamber music on Oct. 6.
Student performers show off the vitality of dance at Bates on Sept. 28-29.
Faculty from Bates and Colby perform a piece by Philadelphia’s Headlong Dance Theater on Sept. 29.
Japanese printmaking is the focus of a current exhibition at the Museum of Art and of a lecture on Sept. 28.
Hello from Bates! Here’s a listing of public events at the college for Sept. 27–Oct. 31.
John Farrell of Figures of Speech Theatre recites “Four Quartets,” a suite of poems by T.S. Eliot, on Sept. 27. The DaPonte String Quartet follows Farrell with a Beethoven piece thought to have inspired Eliot.
Joy Kills Sorrow, a Boston-based quintet known for their intelligent, wry lyricism and unique blend of styles, performs on Sept. 28.
Taken at 8:10 p.m. on Sept. 11, this image shows a cloud-to-cloud lightning strike from an approaching thunderstorm.