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Sunday

March 10, 2013
1:03 pm

Benjamin Mays’ living legacy

Mays ’20, the great civil rights leader, never forgot Bates. And it works both ways.

Benjamin Mays’ living legacy

Sunday

March 10, 2013
12:57 pm

Archives: Show and tell from the Muskie Archives

Show and Tell from the Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library

Archives: Show and tell from the Muskie Archives

Sunday

March 10, 2013
12:42 pm

History Lesson: Chase Lounge sheds function-room identity in favor of casual chilling

Once the rare Bates place where boy could meet girl (and vice-versa), Chase Lounge sheds its function-room identity in favor of casual chilling

History Lesson: Chase Lounge sheds function-room identity in favor of casual chilling

Sunday

March 10, 2013
12:34 pm

Carine Warsawski ’07 and Rachel Warner ’08 meet up atop Masada

“You don’t have to look hard to spot a Batesie halfway around the world,” says Carine Warsawski ’07. “We naturally gravitate.”

Carine Warsawski ’07 and Rachel Warner ’08 meet up atop Masada

Sunday

March 10, 2013
12:12 pm

Dull at first, Andrew Byrnes ’05 and Canadian rowers ultimately shine at Olympics

Silver and Gold At the Summer Olympics in London, Andrew Byrnes ’05 (standing, second from right) and his Canadian rowing…

Dull at first, Andrew Byrnes ’05 and Canadian rowers ultimately shine at Olympics

Sunday

March 10, 2013
12:09 pm

Alumni photographers Heffernan, Strada and Verhave share their vision

Not every photographer has a vision. Not every photographer has a muse, or listens to one.

Alumni photographers Heffernan, Strada and Verhave share their vision

Sunday

March 10, 2013
11:40 am

Amusements: Carnegie’s half horse, book recommendations from faculty and staff

Fun, cleverness and wit from the Amusements section of Bates Magazine Winter 2013

Amusements: Carnegie’s half horse, book recommendations from faculty and staff

Sunday

March 10, 2013
11:34 am

A medal honors Nathaniel Boone ’52 and his fellow Montford Point Marines

A medal honors men like Nathaniel Boone ’52 for breaking the Marine corps color line

A medal honors Nathaniel Boone ’52 and his fellow Montford Point Marines

Sunday

March 10, 2013
11:21 am

Chapel to Lewiston: Hello!

The location of the Bates Chapel, now named for Peter J. Gomes ’65, illuminates the college’s historical relationship with Lewiston and how the absence of buildings is just as important as their presence.

Chapel to Lewiston: Hello!

Sunday

March 10, 2013
10:51 am

Spencer’s inaugural address: where Bates stands, how the college can move forward, while staying true to itself

Citing Benjamin Mays ’20 as both metaphor and guide, Clayton Spencer’s inaugural address frames the challenges facing Bates and suggests why the college is fully equipped to move forward

Spencer’s inaugural address: where Bates stands, how the college can move forward, while staying true to itself