Bates in the News
Nate Boone is one of 20,000 Marines who went through segregated basic training in the ’40s.
Charlie Schroeder ’95 offers entertaining insights into the lives of war reenactors.
The Royal Gazette of Bermuda explores the world of juggler and comic…
Steve Kingston ’88, proprietor of The Clam Shack in Kennebunk, Maine, is the underdog winner of a New York City lobster roll contest.
Bates athletics will be represented at a fourth consecutive Olympic Games: Andrew Byrnes ’05 and Canada’s men’s eight are focused on winning a second straight gold medal in London.
ABC News 4 in Charleston, S.C., describes the start of Doug Coupe ’92, Brad Jayne and Rob Gorman’s journey to create the film “Warrior Road. “
The Lewiston Sun Journal profiles Tomi Chipman ’14 and her father Doug…
A startup social-media site reflecting users’ zeal for finding and sharing information about where they are and where they want to go.
Caitrin Lynch ’89 is an associate professor of anthropology at Olin College.
“They were not shy to pick up staffs, sticks, and staves and wield them against perceived oppressors.”
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