Stories about "Voices"
Video: Bridget Thompson ’22 and the rule of 100 percent effort

Friday, October 8, 2021 12:13 pm

For Bridget Thompson ’22, her time at Bates has been full of discovery, as she found her people, her passions — in the classroom and on the sports field — and her post-grad plan.

Video: For Erick Gredonia ’21, dance creates the ‘best version of myself’

Thursday, June 10, 2021 11:23 am

Motion defines dance. Yet for Gredonia, a defining dance experience at Bates was a moment of quiet stillness, tinged with despair.

Video: Bowie meets the Bard through director Deon Custard ’21

Friday, May 21, 2021 9:07 am

Custard took Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, added a dose of glam rock, and shook it all into something fresh, but also vintage, for the Bates stage.

Video: Billy Lahart ’21 will never look at 2020–21 as a loss

Thursday, May 6, 2021 1:18 pm

For Lahart, varied college endeavors have combined to create a winning whole. Bates is where "you can embrace and live out our school motto, Amore ac Studio, 'With Ardor and Devotion.'"

Video: Vanessa Paolella ’21 and guiding the student newspaper during crisis

Thursday, November 19, 2020 3:40 pm

In a time of crisis, a college newspaper can do more than inform, says Paolella, editor-in-chief of The Bates Student. "It keeps the community together."

Ariel Abonizio ’20 creates virtual-reality tours for Museum L-A

Thursday, September 3, 2020 12:13 pm

With a Purposeful Work internship available to graduating seniors this year, Abonizio worked with high-end multimedia gear to create VR tours of two major exhibitions, one on the history of child labor in Maine, the other about the Androscoggin River.

Meredith Greer's upper-level "Advanced Topics in Biomathematics" today at 1:10-2:30pm in Hathorn 207.Mathematics students in the class:Sam Findlen-Golden '20, math majorEl Khansaa Kaddioui '20, math and economics double majorIn front fow with hat and black vest speaking with Meredith.They are reviewing simplest compartmental model of diseases spread. Differential equations describe how disease moves. They are learning the details of that model so they know the groundwork and can then tackle more complicated models.Three students together in the back, from left:Gabe Nelson '20, South Burlington, Vt.Adena Bernot '20, Old Westbury, N.Y.Josie Blanchon '20, Wash D>C>Front row, classroom right:Luca Polar '20, BudapestJason Canaday '20Two women togetherHelen Daigle '20 in lilacCasey Snow '20, stripesRear, classroom rightXuChong Show '20 Shanghai, ChinaKatie Leeke '20, Minnetonka, Minn.
Video: Meet, see, and hear from five Bates ‘Voices of the Class of 2020’

Thursday, June 4, 2020 11:31 am

Here are the five Bates seniors we profiled for the annual "Voices of the Class" series.

Meredith Greer's upper-level "Advanced Topics in Biomathematics" today at 1:10-2:30pm in Hathorn 207.Mathematics students in the class:Sam Findlen-Golden '20, math majorEl Khansaa Kaddioui '20, math and economics double majorIn front fow with hat and black vest speaking with Meredith.They are reviewing simplest compartmental model of diseases spread. Differential equations describe how disease moves. They are learning the details of that model so they know the groundwork and can then tackle more complicated models.Three students together in the back, from left:Gabe Nelson '20, South Burlington, Vt.Adena Bernot '20, Old Westbury, N.Y.Josie Blanchon '20, Wash D>C>Front row, classroom right:Luca Polar '20, BudapestJason Canaday '20Two women togetherHelen Daigle '20 in lilacCasey Snow '20, stripesRear, classroom rightXuChong Show '20 Shanghai, ChinaKatie Leeke '20, Minnetonka, Minn.
Video: Sam Findlen-Golden ’20 and the unexpected joy of mathematics

Friday, February 28, 2020 11:09 am

"Math manages to work its way into a lot of places that I didn't expect," says Findlen-Golden. "It can be math in the perspective of music or through the perspective of history and education, which is a lot of what I've done here outside of academics."

Video: Maddie Hallowell ’20 and the lows and highs of data collection

Friday, December 13, 2019 9:13 am

Inspired by her childhood in a Maine island community, Hallowell is developing sensors to track climate change. For fun, she sends balloons into the stratosphere to see what's there.

Video: Jesse Saffeir ’20 and lines of poetry sparked by lines through nature

Thursday, November 21, 2019 4:06 pm

An Otis Fellowship summer of hiking alongside power lines produced a new understanding of our place in the world — and a book of poems.

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