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Back issues of Bates Magazine

Winter 2013 Bates Magazine cover photograph by Will Ash.

Winter 2013

When the going gets tough (ecopsychologically speaking) take a turn to natural beauty.

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Spring 2012

Introducing the eighth president of Bates College, A. Clayton Spencer.

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Saying goodbye to Peter Gomes '65.

Winter 2011

Saying goodbye to the Rev. Peter Gomes ’65.

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Winter 2011

Alumni involved in worker rights discuss the national salmonella outbreak, traced to a notorious Maine egg farm.

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Summer 2010

Alums involved in drug development explain the challenges and criticisms of their industry.

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Spring 2010

A day in the life of Joanie Meharry ’07, an American scholar working in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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Fall 2009

Young Americans like Maggie Merrill ’98 find compelling opportunities in New Orleans.

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Summer 2009

Army physician Dave Lounsbury ’72, a veteran of Iraq, brings the war home.

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Spring 2009

Joshua Holdeman ’93, international director of 20th-century art for Christie’s auction house, is all ears (and phones) as he talks to clients during bidding.

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Magazine Archives (2008-1995)


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Fall 2008

Nicolas Lindholm ’86 displays tomatoes grown on his family-operated organic farm. He’s among the alumni who produce food in Maine, profiled as part of the College’s “Bates Contemplates Food” initiative.

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Summer 2008

As China becomes a global player, Bates economist Margaret Maurer-Fazio and her students have ringside seats.

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Spring 2008

Spelman and Morehouse colleges offer Bates students something that their own college can’t — and that’s just the point.

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Fall 2007

His senior thesis project launched Lee Lynd ’79 on a quest to turn common plant materials into inexpensive, sustainable ethanol.

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Summer 2007

Timing and talent have shaped the career of actor John Shea ’70.

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Spring 2007

Rebecca and John Corrie live their commitment to Bates, their disciplines, and their students.

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Fall 2006

Far from being just an optimistic spin on life, stories of redemption — like those emerging after 9/11 — sit at the very intersection of self and American society.

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Summer 2006

Spring has sprung, cold gusts are kicking up grit, and novelist Elizabeth Strout ’77 poses for the camera on a street in Portland, where she was born.

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Winter 2006

Dining Services dishes up 4,000 meals a day and caters another 5,000 events annually despite funhouse wayfinding, comical space limitations and less-funny workplace challenges.

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Summer 2005

As devastating as it was, Martha’s diagnosis of autism was not a shock. Seemingly typical in many ways, Martha gave us clues that something was awry.

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Spring 2005

History professors Steve Hochstadt and Elizabeth Tobin joined their students in an exploration of Berlin and then asked them to pick out a place to investigate.

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Fall/Winter 2004

Lena Sene ’00, Eduardo Crespo ’04 and Melissa Wilcox ’03 talk about their chosen paths from College Street to Wall Street. In a micro sense, their experiences point to a change at Bates.

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Summer 2004

Commencement offered a nifty twist on tradition as all four honorary degree recipients offered remarks. But it was Milton Lindholm ’35 who helped color the day “Bates.”

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Winter 2004

In the world of Hollywood animation, Norton Virgien ’74 and Charles Grosvenor ’74 draw on Bates friendship.

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Spring 2003

Working next door to one another, but painting in styles a chasm apart, two art seniors put “joyousness to the wall” in Olin Arts Center.

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Winter 2003

The range of human experience is on the syllabus for CBB students living and studying in Quito, Ecuador.

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Summer 2002

A questioning perspicacity gives Elaine Tuttle Hansen an eye for ripening opportunities. “I like to think I’ve been able ‘to maken vertu of necessitee,’” she says, borrowing a phrase from Chaucer.

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Winter 2002

President Don Harward demanded great things from Bates, and the College rose to the challenge.

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Summer/Fall 2001

Lesley Boakye-Danquah ’03 shared a gift with the Bates community at last year’s international fair, wearing a beloved handmade dress in the red, yellow, and green colors of the Ghanaian flag.

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Winter/Spring 2001

Bravery has twice allowed Dan Stockwell ’64 to save lives while risking death. Compassion has kept him from talking about it.

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Fall 2000

Turning his senior thesis into an acclaimed children’s book took a leap of faith for Red Sox fan Matt Tavares ’97.

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Bates Magazine -- Winter 2000Winter 2000

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Bates Magazine  -  Summer 1999Summer 1999

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Bates Magazine  -  Winter 1999Winter 1999

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Bates Magazine  -  Fall 1998Fall 1998

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Bates Magazine  -  Spring 1997Spring 1998

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Bates Magazine  -  Winter 1997Winter 1998

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Bates Magazine  -  Spring 1997Spring 1997

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Bates Magazine  -  Summer 1997Summer 1997

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Bates: The Alumni Magazine  -  Fall 1996Fall 1996

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Bates: The Alumni Magazine  -  Summer 1996Summer 1996

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Bates: The Alumni Magazine  -  Winter 1996Winter 1996

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Bates: The Alumni Magazine  -  Fall 19951995

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