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Friday

April 18, 2014
12:12 pm

Goetz ’90 brings ‘The Remedy’ to campus

Thomas Goetz ’90, author of a new history that traces the intersecting careers of Arthur Conan Doyle and the scientist who showed the world that germs cause disease, speaks at Bates on April 28.

Goetz ’90 brings ‘The Remedy’ to campus

Tuesday

March 25, 2014
2:01 pm

Bates presents first Maine reading by Colson Whitehead, author of ‘John Henry Days,’ ‘Intuitionist’

Novelist Colson Whitehead reads from his work on March 27 in the Muskie Archives at Bates.

Bates presents first Maine reading by Colson Whitehead, author of ‘John Henry Days,’ ‘Intuitionist’

Tuesday

March 4, 2014
2:09 pm

Pickens book explores embodied experience in African American, Arab American writing

Do the people you touch make you the person you are? If you are breathing, can your oppressors claim that you do not exist? Questions like these drive Therí Pickens’ new book.

Pickens book explores embodied experience in African American, Arab American writing

Tuesday

January 21, 2014
2:54 pm

It’s a creative cornucopia as Bates again presents Asia Night, Arts Crawl

Bates presents Asia Night and the fourth annual Arts Crawl, a celebration of student creativity in the performing, literary and visual arts, the weekend of Jan. 24-25.

It’s a creative cornucopia as Bates again presents Asia Night, Arts Crawl

Tuesday

January 14, 2014
8:51 am

Language Arts Live readings resume with poet Tyler Mills

The Language Arts Live series of literary readings resumes with poet Tyler Mills on Jan. 16.

Language Arts Live readings resume with poet Tyler Mills

Wednesday

October 16, 2013
3:44 pm

Monica Wood, bestselling author of ‘When We Were the Kennedys,’ visits on Oct. 28

Monica Wood, author of a popular memoir about growing up in a small Maine town in the early 1960s, speaks at Bates on Oct. 28.

Monica Wood, bestselling author of ‘When We Were the Kennedys,’ visits on Oct. 28

Friday

September 13, 2013
9:06 am

T.S. Eliot masterpiece inspires recitation, music

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.

T.S. Eliot masterpiece inspires recitation, music

Monday

September 9, 2013
4:04 pm

Personal history by Brunswick author opens Language Arts Live series

Jaed Coffin, whose first book chronicles his experience as a Buddhist monk in his mother’s native Thailand, opens the Language Arts Live series Sept. 19.

Personal history by Brunswick author opens Language Arts Live series

Tuesday

August 27, 2013
10:00 am

Summer Student Work: Ladd intern Sullivan ’15 finds a familiar work culture at Cubist

Shelby Sullivan ’15 contributed to the exacting work of drug development at Cubist Pharmaceuticals, where Mike Bonney ’80 is CEO.

Summer Student Work: Ladd intern Sullivan ’15 finds a familiar work culture at Cubist

Thursday

June 27, 2013
10:48 am

Researcher Allison Mann ’08 keeps ‘Mad Men’ real

Mann upholds the show’s “well-earned reputation for authenticity and for mining the tumultuous history of the 1960s.”

Researcher Allison Mann ’08 keeps ‘Mad Men’ real