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March 25, 2010
2:35 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Emma Sprague

Sprague uses painting to elucidate her close relationships with individuals in her life. She balances quick, confident brushwork with a…


March 25, 2010
2:32 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Alexandra Strada

Strada’s photography captures the ways that personal belongings can serve as portraits of their owners. Having spent two years photographing…


March 25, 2010
2:30 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Allison Spangler

Spangler uses digital and analog photography to capture images of nude models in outdoor settings. Shooting in cold weather caused…


March 25, 2010
2:21 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Emma Scott

Scott’s photography presents networks of images surrounding each of her subjects, members of Tubeho, a community of people in Kigali,…


March 25, 2010
2:20 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Cory Sanderson

Proceeding from an interest in depictions of the human form, Sanderson combines drawing, collage and monoprinting to manipulate advertisements. “I…


March 25, 2010
1:40 pm

Senior Exhibition 2010: Heidi Judkins

Judkins uses seemingly mundane commercial objects on a large scale. Consumerist objects made of utilitarian materials such as aluminum foil…


March 1, 2010
5:18 pm

Trustees: Suggestions welcome for future honorands

Normally four or five in number, our honorary degree recipients are diverse persons of great distinction whose achievements are consonant with the values of Bates College.


January 4, 2010
1:55 pm

Slide show features a 2009 retrospective

• Click the thumbnails to view the slide show above Through this retrospective slide show, we invite you to look…


November 4, 2009
8:02 am

Slide show features Parents and Family Weekend 2009

* View the slide show by clicking the thumbnails. Parents and Family Weekend 2009, held this year Oct. 2-4, featured…


September 11, 2009
1:59 pm

Hansen to new students: It’s about good choices

The ceremony beginning Bates’ 155th academic year on Sept. 9 took place on a choice afternoon, sunny and mild, and explored in depth the concept of choice — no small issue for 470 first-year students confronted with new freedom to make their own choices.