Posts by Doug Hubley
Violinist Dean Stein and pianist Chiharu Naruse present the completeBeethoven sonatas for violin and piano in the coming weeks.
In a sense, Bates biologist Larissa Williams studies the process of evolution as it happens.
Spotlighting a less-known aspect of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s work, King Day at Bates will explore issues of economic justice.
With a couple of weeks still left for the Museum of Art exhibition “Starstruck,” Maine Sunday Telegram art critic Daniel Kany urged readers not to miss it.
In November, Bates physics students toured X-ray, ultrasound and MRI facilities at a local hospital as part of a course on biomedical imaging.
Hiroya Miura, director of the college orchestra and a widely known composer, is presenting the world premiere of a piece, on Dec. 21 in Harlem.
Bates is one of two higher-education institutions nationwide to be honored by the American Psychological Association for a distinctive culture of service to the field of psychology.
Bates formally installed Ava Clayton Spencer, described by her former boss as the “embodiment of Bates values,” as its eighth president before a gathering of 2,500 on Friday afternoon.
There’s competition, said Michael Bonney, CEO of a company engaged in the high-pressure field of pharmaceuticals. And then there’s competition.
The Chapel became the Peter J. Gomes Chapel on Oct. 25 as hundreds gathered to remember the late preacher and teacher in words and song.