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Tuesday

September 2, 1997
12:02 pm

Bates to stage premiere of holocaust diary

A one-woman play based on the writings of Etty Hillesum, a young woman who lived in Holland during the Nazi occupation, will premiere at Bates College in Gannett Theater at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11; Friday, Sept. 12; Saturday, Sept. 13; and 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept.14.

Friday

August 29, 1997
3:30 pm

Cornel West to discuss race at Bates

Cornel West, one of the nation’s most eminent scholars, will address the topic of race in our society at the inaugural Bates Fall Forum at 4 p.m. Sept. 12, in the Alumni Gymnasium. The public is invited to attend free of charge.

Thursday

August 28, 1997
2:58 pm

Kessler receives book award

Mark A. Kessler, professor of political science at Bates College, has received the Best Treatment of Women and Minority Groups in a Political Science Text award from the Women’s Caucus of the American Political Science Association. Kessler was honored for The Play of Power (St. Martin’s Press, 1996), a textbook he co-authored that concerns the integration of women and minorities into the U.S. government and political system.

Tuesday

August 26, 1997
2:32 pm

Cultural calendar available from Bates

Close to 100 lectures, concerts, theater performances and art exhibits, all open to the public, are planned for the 1997-98 academic year at Bates College.

Monday

August 11, 1997
11:28 am

Civil-War era letters discovered at Bates College

During the recent renovation of a Bates College-owned house on 32 Frye St. in Lewiston, Maine, construction workers discovered six Civil-War era letters exchanged between former Lewiston resident Uriah Balkam and his wife, Annie.

Monday

July 28, 1997
9:56 am

Civil-War era letters discovered at Bates

During the recent renovation of a Bates-owned house on 31 Frye St. in Lewiston, construction workers discovered six Civil-War era letters exchanged between former Lewiston resident Uriah Balkam and his wife, Annie.

Tuesday

July 15, 1997
8:48 am

Hampden student receives travel grants

Paul A. Howard of Hampden, Maine, a senior history major at Bates College, has been awarded research grants by the Harry S. Truman Library Institute and the Eisenhower World Affairs Institute.

Monday

June 16, 1997
11:30 am

Nixon tapes archivist reflects on Watergate anniversary

On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, Bates College historian Christopher M. Beam, a former National Archives staffer for the White House Tapes Section of the Nixon Presidential Materials Project and one of only a handful of archivists who has listened to the Nixon White House tapes, is available to comment on the significance of the greatest political scandal in American history.

Wednesday

April 9, 1997
2:59 pm

Bates student awarded Marshall Scholarship

Bates College junior Joshua Baschnagel of Etna, N.H., is the first Bates student to be named a Regis Maine Scholar of the Marshall Undergraduate Scholars Program, announced Martha C. Crunkleton, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty.

Friday

February 14, 1997
12:00 pm

Classical and medieval studies lecture series to be held at Bates

The classical and medieval studies program at Bates College will present “Far Beyond Town Walls: The Archeology of the Medieval North Atlantic” on Feb. 25, March 13 and March 24. The public is invited to attend the lecture series free of charge.