Bates in the News
Why, Luft asks in her guest blog post, did some Hutu “evade participation and help Tutsi” instead of killing them?
Employing his technique of “community-based cinema,” Saddlemire follows four Lewiston families, including that of professors Charles Nero and Baltasar Fra-Molinero.
On his centennial today, what everyone should know about Edmund Muskie ’36, our iconic U.S. statesman and environmental pioneer.
Why not join a March Madness competition where you have a real rooting interest?
Eusden enters the film as an expert who links the experiential with the geological.
Writing in The Boston Globe, Muldoon describes his personal quest for the first sign of spring.
The ad “Dad and Papa” highlights the “contemporary boundaries and privileging of certain gay identities,” Engel writes.
You hear the word “endowment” and you probably think “college.” But there’s more out there, says Walter Dillingham ’82.
He got the idea after making a major contribution to the report “Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis.”
“Ninety-nine? I can’t believe it,” Glazer says. “It’s as though it’s thrust upon you all of a sudden.”
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