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Wednesday

September 25, 2013
12:07 pm

Museum lecture to explore past, present of Japanese printmaking

Japanese printmaking is the focus of a current exhibition at the Museum of Art and of a lecture on Sept. 28.

Museum lecture to explore past, present of Japanese printmaking

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

Friday

September 13, 2013
8:30 am

Olin Arts Alive presents ‘virtuoso art folkies,’ Joy Kills Sorrow

Joy Kills Sorrow, a Boston-based quintet known for their intelligent, wry lyricism and unique blend of styles, performs on Sept. 28.

Olin Arts Alive presents ‘virtuoso art folkies,’ Joy Kills Sorrow

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

Monday

September 9, 2013
2:33 pm

Bold printmakers from Japan, Maine images by iconic photographer featured at Museum of Art

Images of Maine by famed 20th-century photographer Berenice Abbott and prints by Japanese artists known for pushing the boundaries of…

Bold printmakers from Japan, Maine images by iconic photographer featured at Museum of Art

Friday

September 6, 2013
10:11 am

Folksinger Amidon, Maine country band Traveling Trees up next on Olin stage

Vermont-born folksinger Sam Amidon performs in the Olin Arts Alive music series on Sept. 10.

Folksinger Amidon, Maine country band Traveling Trees up next on Olin stage

Tuesday

September 3, 2013
12:40 pm

Vibraphonist Jason Marsalis, folksinger Sam Amidon kick off Olin Arts Alive

Jason Marsalis, the vibraphone-playing member of New Orleans’ first family of jazz, and Vermont-born folksinger Sam Amidon launch the 2013-14 Olin Arts Alive series at Bates.

Vibraphonist Jason Marsalis, folksinger Sam Amidon kick off Olin Arts Alive

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

Friday

August 23, 2013
8:26 am

Tributes to retiring faculty of 2013: Baker, Hayward, Kuritz, Shulman, Thomas

At the final faculty meeting of the year, each retiring professor is honored by a colleague who offers a spoken tribute.

Tributes to retiring faculty of 2013: Baker, Hayward, Kuritz, Shulman, Thomas

Tuesday

August 6, 2013
10:00 am

Soderberg ’00 and López-Carr ’93 selected to elite NAS symposium for best and brightest young scientists

The NAS Kavli Frontiers of Science program invites only A-list young researchers. It’s also a predictor of later success.

Soderberg ’00 and López-Carr ’93 selected to elite NAS symposium for best and brightest young scientists