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Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Bates Matters: Traditions and Facilities

How a tradition of learning inside, outside, and around the classroom influences Bates facilities growth By President Elaine Tuttle Hansen…

Friday

August 27, 2010
10:45 am

The Sixty Percent Solution

The myth is that nearly two-thirds of Bates alums marry fellow alums. The truth is different — but no less…

Wednesday

August 4, 2010
12:43 pm

Main Line Times includes letter on immigration reform by Pasek '12

In his hometown paper, the Main Line Times, Michael Pasek ’12 of Ardmore, Pa., comments on a public opinion poll…

Tuesday

August 3, 2010
10:01 am

Exeter News-Letter profiles Loyalist reenactor Huebner '13

An Exeter News-Letter story traces sophomore Eli Huebner’s fascination with Revolutionary War re-enactors who perform in his hometown during the…

Wednesday

May 5, 2010
10:05 am

Bates students selected to present research on Capitol Hill

Two Bates College seniors were chosen by the Council on Undergraduate Research to present work in Washington, D.C., during the organization’s annual Posters on the Hill event, in April.

Monday

May 3, 2010
8:28 am

Chirality publishes student, Wenzel co-authored research

The March issue of the journal Chirality publishes original research co-authored by Bates students, now alums, Katelyn Provencher ’08, Madeline…

Thursday

April 29, 2010
10:06 am

Dartmouth College professor to speak on interpersonal differences and race biases

Catherine J. Norris, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences at Dartmouth University, speaks at Bates College on the intricacies of response to social and emotional stimuli at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, in the Keck Classroom (G52), Pettengill Hall, 4 Andrews Road.

Monday

April 26, 2010
3:00 pm

The Boston Globe invites Peck '11 to discuss Nepal semester

A regular feature in the The Boston Globe‘s travel section, “World Class,” allows college students to share their study-abroad experiences,…

Wednesday

April 21, 2010
4:27 pm

Nguyen wins grant to study monk symbolic of Vietnam War era

In June 1963, in Saigon, Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc set himself on fire to protest the government’s discrimination against the nation’s Buddhist majority. This horrific act launched a series of events resulting in the fall of the Ngo Dinh Diem regime, and Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation came to symbolize America’s unpopular involvement in Vietnam.
Trian Nguyen, who teaches art and Asian studies at Bates, has received a fellowship for his research into this iconic figure.

Wednesday

April 21, 2010
11:56 am

Ask Me Another: Myron Beasley recalls a ‘moment of possibility’ in Port-au-Prince

In December 2009, faculty member Myron Beasley was in Port-au-Prince to co-curate the first Ghetto Biennale. The event brought 35…