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Monday

March 1, 2010
8:59 am

Milton Lindholm ’35, revered admissions dean with ‘uncanny intuition,’ passes away at 98

• Click the thumbnails below to view the slide show Dean Emeritus of Admissions Milton Lambert Lindholm, whose impeccable fairness,…

Thursday

February 25, 2010
12:07 pm

NEH grant supports preservation of Hartley materials at museum

The Bates College Museum of Art has received a $6,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support the preservation of the college’s Marsden Hartley Memorial Collection, an assortment of artworks, personal effects and other materials relating to the Maine native and pioneering American modernist painter.

Tuesday

February 16, 2010
4:56 pm

Robert Hatch, icon of Bates athletics, passes away at age 85

• Click the thumbnails above to view the slide show Professor Emeritus of Physical Education Robert W. Hatch, an icon…

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…

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…

Monday

January 4, 2010
12:08 pm

A Girl’s Life documents the aspirations of Sonia Luna ’13

A Girl’s Life, a PBS documentary by researcher and author Rachel Simmons examining the challenges facing young women growing up…

Wednesday

December 23, 2009
6:20 am

The Prosecutor's Art

In September, Joyce White Vance ’82 was sworn in as the new U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, one of the first five U.S. attorneys appointed by President Obama.

Wednesday

December 23, 2009
6:12 am

The Right Questions

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

Monday

December 21, 2009
11:41 am

Life Lessons

Army Lt. Col. Mark Leahey ’86 poses with a young boy who had been following Leahey and other Army soldiers one morning during a foot patrol in a Kurdish neighborhood of Kirkuk City. “The boy’s name is Mahmood,” Leahey writes in an e-mail to Bates Magazine.