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Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Ask Me Another: Cynthia Baker, religious studies professor

Cynthia Baker examines a ‘fraught’ identity term: ‘Jew’ Associate Professor of Religious Studies Cynthia Baker is something of an expert…

Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Juggling and Hugs

Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Mission (Statement) Accomplished

Community of voices resonate in new Bates mission statement Hundreds of people took part in crafting the new mission statement…

Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Boning Up

Friday

August 27, 2010
2:00 pm

Nicoletti's Method: 'Sharp Pencils and Sweat'

From himself and his students, painter Joseph Nicoletti seeks what’s real By Edgar Allen Beem “Generally speaking, my work is…

Friday

August 27, 2010
11:36 am

Portrait of the Teacher

Monday

August 23, 2010
1:44 pm

Biology department to benefit from $250,000 grant

A grant of $250,000 from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations will further strengthen the already robust Bates College biology department. The grant supports new investment in personnel, facilities and student research. In conjunction with the grant, behavioral ecologist Donald Dearborn has joined the Bates biology faculty as chair.

Friday

August 20, 2010
2:42 pm

Campus Construction Update: Aug. 20, 2010

A 19th-century house is Bates’ newest student residence, the green carpet is rolled out at Garcelon Field and Campus Construction Update is beaming as the steelwork continues at Hedge and Roger Williams halls.

Tuesday

August 10, 2010
8:38 am

'Quantum entanglement' research published

Lilian Childress, assistant professor of physics at Bates, is one of a team of physicists whose research into the intriguing phenomenon called quantum entanglement was published Aug. 5 on the Science Daily and Nature websites.

Thursday

July 15, 2010
3:56 pm

Campus Construction Update, week of July 12: Hedge and Roger Williams halls

These days, “Hedge Hall is really all about steel,” says project manager Paul Farnsworth. At last we’re past the days when it was all about drainage. Trucks bearing Hedge Hall’s new steel skeleton should start to arrive Monday, July 19.