Posts by Doug Hubley
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.
Hello from Bates! Here’s a listing of public events at the college Feb. 8-27, 2013.
A Bates junior studying in St. Petersburg, Russia, is among the first recipients of a new scholarship offered by CIEE.
Hilary Poriss ’91 explores the surprising variety of tasks expected of 19th-century opera singers in a lecture on Feb. 6.
In its third year in 2013, the Arts Crawl at Bates has become a signature event, a campus tour that showcases student expressive work across disciplines.
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.