Posts by Doug Hubley
Here’s a primer for getting the best from Commencement at Bates, the 2014 edition.
Professor Mary Rice-DeFosse’s academic work connects to a community once defined by its French Canadian origins and now influenced by French-speakers from such African nations as Djibouti, Chad and Congo.
Bates College presents Lynn Siefert’s 1987 play “Little Egypt,” a bittersweet comedy about romance’s roller-coaster rides in a small Midwestern town, May 15-18.
For the fourth time, Bates students and downtown businesses are eagerly anticipating Bates Night in Town, the May 7 celebration of town-gown ties.
While men may have dominated public life in ancient Greece and Rome,…
Happy May from Bates College! This is a list of public events at the college for the period May 1–25, 2014.
A Davis Project for Peace award has gone to seniors Simone Schriger and Devin Tatro to support an initiative in Rwanda to support children of incarcerated people.
Simone Schriger and Brian Kennedy have won highly competitive Watson Fellowships, awarded to seniors of “unusual promise” for a year of international travel and research.
Brian Kennedy, an economics major from Port Washington, N.Y., is one of two Bates College seniors to receive 2014 Watson Fellowships.
Simone Schriger, a senior psychology major from Los Angeles, is one of two Bates seniors to be awarded a 2014 Watson Fellowship.