Posts by Doug Hubley
A 2013 Watson Fellowship will make it possible for a Bates alumna to spend a year in Africa and Asia researching cultural perceptions of one of humankind’s leading causes of death and disability.
Julia Foxworth ’13 of New York City, at right, spent much of April 5 “bombing” a bench on Alumni Walk — yarn bombing, that is.
Three senior thesis projects presented during the Mount David Summit illustrated intriguing examples of the state role in Chinese culture.
Hello from Bates! Here’s a listing of public events at the college for March 27-April 28.
Bates presents award-winning Benjamin Mays biographer Randal Maurice Jelks on March 25.
“The Swaggering Damsel,” a 17th-century comedy, appears in Bates College performances on Thursday through Sunday, March 21-24.
Hello from Bates! Here’s an updated listing of public events at the college for March 2013.
Three Bates seniors are featured as instrumental soloists in works by Strauss, Bruch and Mozart as the Bates College Orchestra performs on March 9.
English professor Theri Pickens has organized a March 2 symposium that will show students how knowledge about identity and difference can be put into practice in the workaday world.
Hello from Bates! Here’s a listing of public events at the college Feb. 22-March 31, 2013.