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Thursday

October 11, 2001
8:09 am

'Coming Home To Eat' author speaks

Gary Paul Nabhan, who spent a year eating only foods produced in the desert Southwest within 250 miles of his home, discusses that experience at the Olin Arts Center Concert Hall at Bates College Tuesday, Oct. 23.

Monday

October 1, 2001
8:41 am

Renowned peace activist to speak

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Elise Bjorn-Hansen Boulding will discuss how the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks might affect prospects for world peace in a lecture at Bates College Thursday, Oct. 11, in Chase Hall at Bates.

Friday

September 14, 2001
3:42 pm

Red Cross blood drive comes to campus

The American Red Cross will host a blood drive at Bates College from 1 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the Clifton Daggett Gray Athletic Building.

Wednesday

September 5, 2001
4:13 pm

James McBride opens 147th academic year at Bates

James McBride, an award-winning composer, saxophonist and best-selling author whose writing explores the complexities of racial identity, officially opened the 147th academic year at Bates College with the convocation address “The Color of Water: A Meditation on Identity” on Sept. 5.

Friday

August 31, 2001
2:38 pm

Class of 2005 arrives at Bates

The trickle of arrivals would become a steady stream by Sept. 1, as all members of the 583-person Class of 2005, Bates’ largest-ever incoming group, arrived to kick-off their first — and the College’s 147th year — with orientation, a week designed to create an immediate sense of community between new students and Bates.

Tuesday

August 21, 2001
11:24 am

Remarks of the presidents

Regarding the Presidents’ Fourth of July Declaration on the Civic Responsibilities of Higher Education.

Monday

July 9, 2001
2:28 pm

Bates prepares for Class of 2005

Bates has had its third consecutive record year for new student applications, with 4,424 applications received for the incoming Class of 2005.

Thursday

June 28, 2001
4:07 pm

Pangallo wins scholarship to work with D.C. political and media leaders

Bates College junior Dominick Pangallo of Salem, Mass., has been named the winner of an American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) scholarship opportunity for the summer of 2001.