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Bates in the News

Below is a sampling of news stories about Bates and Bates alumni.
We welcome your news tips about Bates and Bates people in the news.
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Tuesday

November 17, 2009
8:59 am

NBC Nightly News recalls Medal of Honor winner Lewis Millett '49

On his Nov. 16 telecast, NBC Nightly News host Brian Williams, L.H.D. ’05 remembers retired U.S. Army Col. Lewis Millett…

Thursday

November 12, 2009
4:47 pm

WMPG community radio interviews Golden '11, Basij-Rasikh '12 on Afghanistan

Jared Golden ’11, whose Marine and civilian experiences are the subject of a Sun Journal profile, and Mustafa Basij-Rasikh ’12…

Thursday

November 12, 2009
4:22 pm

Sun Journal profiles war veteran Jared Golden '11

The Lewiston Sun Journal, under the headline “War veteran attending Bates has heart still in Afghanistan,” profiles Jared Golden ’11,…

Thursday

November 12, 2009
3:36 pm

Pizza Today reports on $5,000 Hobart sustainability grant

Pizza Today reports that the Hobart Center for Foodservice Sustainability has awarded a $5,000 grant to Bates Dining Services for…

Tuesday

November 10, 2009
11:12 am

New England Cable News among news outlets reporting surge in H1N1 cases at Bates

New England Cable News reporter Amy Sinclair comes to campus in October to report on the surge in H1N1 cases…

Tuesday

November 3, 2009
4:49 pm

The New York Times interviews Men’s Health editor Peter Moore '78 on Obama health-care coverage

The New York Times interviews Men’s Health editor Peter Moore ’78 for its story about President Obama “taking his argument…

Tuesday

November 3, 2009
8:15 am

Maine Public Radio discusses Bates economist Nate Tefft's soda-tax research

Maine Public Radio interviews Bates economist Nate Tefft, whose research finds that while soda taxes raise revenue, their impact on…

Tuesday

October 20, 2009
6:34 pm

Newsweek calls on President Hansen for roundtable on higher education

For its October 26, 2009 cover story, Newsweek magazine called on President Elaine Tuttle Hansen and four other thought leaders in American higher education to “debate the merits of a three-year degree and assess the state of higher education.”