Bates Magazine: Spring 2010
A day in the life of an American scholar researching the history of the National Museum of Afghanistan reveals past, present, and uncertain future.
Ten reasons the Puddle Jump is the best college tradition (say us).
Paul Fenn ’88 and his Bates brain trust are leading Northern California’s green-power revolution.
The testimony of criminal witnesses can be notoriously flawed. But psychologist Amy Douglass says there’s more to the problem than meets the eye.
In harmony with machines and musicians, producer-engineer Jonathan Wyman ’97 helps bring Maine sounds to the nation’s ears.
Compulsive about patient care yet equally engaged in the lab, Dr. Howard Scher ’72 works to create better prostate cancer drugs and get them to market faster.
Postcards from Bates