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Tuesday

May 13, 2014
8:34 am

Bates to screen ‘Shored Up,’ exploring the shoreline’s fate in the age of climate change

Described as “a thought-provoking documentary about the folly of shoreline construction in the Hurricane Sandy age,” the film “Shored Up” will be shown on May 19.

Bates to screen ‘Shored Up,’ exploring the shoreline’s fate in the age of climate change

Monday

May 12, 2014
4:39 pm

Theater Production Workshop presents bittersweet ‘Little Egypt’

Bates College presents Lynn Siefert’s 1987 play “Little Egypt,” a bittersweet comedy about romance’s roller-coaster rides in a small Midwestern town, May 15-18.

Theater Production Workshop presents bittersweet ‘Little Egypt’

Monday

May 5, 2014
4:07 pm

Momenta returns for Quartet Series concert, student thesis presentations

Known for its dedication to contemporary music, the Momenta Quartet returns to Bates for a concert on May 9.

Momenta returns for Quartet Series concert, student thesis presentations

Monday

May 5, 2014
4:06 pm

Music students present thesis projects in composition, cultural musicology

Faculty pianist James Parakilas, Momenta Quartet perform as music majors present thesis projects on May 10.

Music students present thesis projects in composition, cultural musicology

Friday

May 2, 2014
9:00 am

Video: Visiting the Sprague Marsh to measure sea level change

Geology faculty and students head to Bates-Morse Mountain to place measurement rods deep in the marsh.

Video: Visiting the Sprague Marsh to measure sea level change

Thursday

May 1, 2014
2:14 pm

Not all breast cancer tumors are created equal, explains geneticist Chuck Perou ’87

Perou’s findings are “fundamentally reshaping the scientific understanding” of cancer, says The New York Times.

Not all breast cancer tumors are created equal, explains geneticist Chuck Perou ’87

Thursday

May 1, 2014
11:58 am

Microsoft’s Susan Dumais ’75 is a big reason why, computer-wise, you find what you seek

Dumais’ contributions have touched how we find, use and make sense of information from our computers and the Internet.

Microsoft’s Susan Dumais ’75 is a big reason why, computer-wise, you find what you seek

Wednesday

April 30, 2014
4:33 pm

Distinguished pianist and baritone to perform

Grammy award-nominated pianist Reiko Uchida and Thomas Meglioranza, called “one of America’s finest young baritones,” by Newsday, perform at Bates on May 2.

Distinguished pianist and baritone to perform

Tuesday

April 22, 2014
1:00 pm

Debaters Blackburn and Stewart bring home national championship

In the storied history of Bates debate, the victory is believed to be the first national title by a Bates varsity team.

Debaters Blackburn and Stewart bring home national championship

Friday

April 18, 2014
1:17 pm

Six questions with Professor Alexandre Dauge-Roth on the 20th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda

French Professor Alexandre Dauge-Roth traveled to Italy to take part in events commemorating the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda.

Six questions with Professor Alexandre Dauge-Roth on the 20th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda