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Audubon Day Events

Curious about “Uncle Johnny” Stanton? Come this next Tues, May 10, at Noon to hear about his unique legacy at Bates including the donation of books such as the remarkable double elephant folio, The Birds of America, on display in the lobby.

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Sunday

March 5, 2017 4:01 pm

Shakespeare: Words at Play

Shakespeare: Words at Play

NEXT up – Wednesday March 22nd at 6:30pm in Olin 105 a PUBLIC SHOWING of Julie Taymor’s fantastical film production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, introduced by Professor Christine McDowell with a focus on design elements.

Saturday

March 4, 2017 6:39 pm

Copyright Checkup for Thesis & Mt. David

Copyright Checkup for Thesis & Mt. David

Ready to share your work with the world? Make sure it’s ready to publish in the SCARAB repository. Bring your questions or concerns to Ladd 148 @ 7 PM on Sunday March 12 or Wednesday March 15.

Wednesday

July 20, 2016 3:13 pm

Dance Thrives in Ladd

Dance Thrives in Ladd

In the Bates Library, dance is year-round pursuit!

Thursday

April 21, 2016 3:31 pm

Audubon Day Events

Audubon Day Events

Curious about “Uncle Johnny” Stanton? Come this next Tues, May 10, at Noon to hear about his unique legacy at Bates including the donation of books such as the remarkable double elephant folio, The Birds of America, on display in the lobby.

Wednesday

October 2, 2013 1:46 pm

A New Digital Collection at the Muskie Archives

A New Digital Collection at the Muskie Archives

Bates College yearbook, The Mirror, dating from 1900 to 2012 is now available online.

Tuesday

December 11, 2012 3:29 pm

O Brother Man

O Brother Man

Lynd Ward’s significance as an artist is recognized with the release of the 2012 film “O Brother Man: The Art and Life of Lynd Ward” by Michael Maglaras.

Thursday

July 12, 2012 1:00 pm

Sampsonville: Bates Housing for Married Veterans

Sampsonville: Bates Housing for Married Veterans

A new exhibit in the Muskie Archives foyer tells the story of three apartment buildings that once stood on the Bates campus.