Bates in the News
The Saudi Gazette publishes “Bridging the Gap,” a student-written account of the 2012 Short Term to Saudi Arabia.
Teaching genocide is about finding ways to “create connections and dialogues” says Alex Dauge-Roth.
The blog, featuring objects from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum collection, is the brainchild of Caroline Baumann.
Examining zebrafish can tell us something about us, says Assistant Professor of Biology Larissa Williams.
When it comes to weight loss, Langdon is more concerned with the “why?” and “how?”
Coach Al Fereshetian says expectations for Spofford are “very high. He put in a fantastic fall of training.”
The anniversary program featured Heather Lindkvist, special assistant to the president, and community organizer Sarah Davis ’10.
Customs like pink for girls and blue for boys are not necessarily benign choices, says Bates sociologist Emily Kane.
With a couple of weeks still left for the Museum of Art exhibition “Starstruck,” Maine Sunday Telegram art critic Daniel Kany urged readers not to miss it.
Danforth’s letter is in response to a review of the book On Saudi Arabia by Karen Elliott House.
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