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Friday

April 18, 2014
11:58 am

Aliza Luft ’06 examines ‘risky defections’ during Rwanda’s genocide

Why, Luft asks in her guest post, did some Hutus “evade participation and help Tutsi” instead of killing them?

Aliza Luft ’06 examines ‘risky defections’ during Rwanda’s genocide

Thursday

April 3, 2014
1:58 pm

2014 Watson Fellow Brian Kennedy

Brian Kennedy, an economics major from Port Washington, N.Y., is one of two Bates College seniors to receive 2014 Watson Fellowships.

2014 Watson Fellow Brian Kennedy

Thursday

April 3, 2014
1:24 pm

2014 Watson Fellow Simone Schriger

Simone Schriger, a senior psychology major from Los Angeles, is one of two Bates seniors to be awarded a 2014 Watson Fellowship.

2014 Watson Fellow Simone Schriger

Monday

March 31, 2014
1:09 pm

‘Polish Posters: Art and Allusion’ opens April 4 at Bates College Museum of Art

The Bates College Museum of Art showcases posters from Poland promoting cultural events from the 1960s to the 2000s.

‘Polish Posters: Art and Allusion’ opens April 4 at Bates College Museum of Art

Friday

March 28, 2014
12:50 pm

Assad Family brings ‘Brazilian Songbook’ to Bates

Featuring brothers called “the best two-guitar team in existence,” the Assad Family brings their “Brazilian Songbook” program to Bates on April 6.

Assad Family brings ‘Brazilian Songbook’ to Bates

Friday

March 7, 2014
2:16 pm

Silk Trio presents classical, traditional music of China on March 14

The Silk Trio, a group of innovative string players specializing in the music of China, performs on March 14.

Friday

March 7, 2014
2:06 pm

Unforgettable Irish sextet Danú performs March 13

Danú, an Irish sextet hailed for “astonishing versatility and exuberance,” performs on March 13.

Unforgettable Irish sextet Danú performs March 13

Friday

February 28, 2014
11:24 pm

‘Enjoy,’ a black comedy depicting Japan’s ‘Lost Generation,’ opens at Bates

The style of the play, says director Brooke O’Harra, asks student actors to think “not in terms of character, but instead in terms of clarity and their relationship to their audience.”

‘Enjoy,’ a black comedy depicting Japan’s ‘Lost Generation,’ opens at Bates

Friday

January 31, 2014
12:47 pm

Jewish family history, hands-on health care in Africa motivate 2013 Phillips Student Fellows

Rachel Baumann ’14 and Asha Mohamud ’15 sought to understand experiences outside the U.S. that had changed the lives of people close to them.

Jewish family history, hands-on health care in Africa motivate 2013 Phillips Student Fellows

Friday

January 31, 2014
12:45 pm

In Central Europe, Phillips Fellow Baumann ’14 sought missing pieces of a family puzzle

Rachel Baumann’s interest in her grandparents gained new intensity when, supported by a Phillips Fellowship, she spent summer 2013 researching their story of courage, audacity and survival as Jews in Nazi-controlled Europe.