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Tuesday

February 16, 2010
2:30 pm

Remembering Bob Hatch: 1991 Bates Magazine story at his retirement

Below are edited excerpts from an article on Bob Hatch originally published in the Fall 1991 issue of Bates Magazine…

Friday

February 12, 2010
10:12 am

Bates College to present pianist, funk band in Winter Jazz Fest

Winter Jazz Fest, a concert featuring one of Maine’s best-known jazz pianists and a Bates College student band, takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, in the Olin Arts Center Concert Hall at Bates College, 75 Russell St.

Wednesday

February 3, 2010
2:44 pm

MLK Day: A unique weekend of thought and reflection

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Bates College is an intense, community-wide opportunity to discuss, teach and reflect on King’s…

Wednesday

February 3, 2010
12:43 pm

Portland Press Herald, Sun Journal review student-curated Museum of Art show

Stories in the Portland Press Herald and Sun Journal about the current, student-curated Museum of Art’s exhibition, “Collection Project 4:…

Tuesday

February 2, 2010
3:37 pm

Maine news media interview Tyler Fish '96 about his North Pole conquest

The Portland Press Herald, Lewiston Sun Journal and Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s Maine Things Considered all sought out Tyler Fish…

Tuesday

February 2, 2010
9:49 am

The Boston Globe profiles family of Bobcat hoop standout Jimmy O'Keefe '10

The Boston Globe describes the basketball passion of the O’Keefe family of Lexington, Mass., noting that parents Jim and Heather…

Thursday

January 7, 2010
5:49 pm

2010 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Workshops

The following workshops will be held in Pettengill Hall (unless otherwise noted), Monday, Jan. 18: Session I, 1 to 2…

Wednesday

December 23, 2009
7:46 am

A Place We Can Talk

In Alex Dauge-Roth’s Short Term course, Bates students learn with, not from, orphan survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

A Place We Can Talk

Wednesday

December 23, 2009
6:25 am

Ask Me Another: Two Deans, One Goal

If “swing dean” sounds like a job at a jazz college, Marylyn Scott and Carmita McCoy work at a rhythm counted in years, not beats. They trade places annually: As one works in Admissions, recruiting students from groups underrepresented in higher ed, the other heads to the Dean of Students office to support the 100 or so multicultural and first-generation-to-college students she helped recruit in the previous cycle.

Wednesday

December 23, 2009
6:12 am

The Right Questions

Wagner’s peace psychology journal adds to the discussion about torture and interrogation.