On Thursday, March 23rd, Bates celebrated Trans Identity Day by hosting a space to discuss and learn about experiences of people in the trans community and some issues they face in regards to representation and identity. Before discussion, everyone.
On Wednesday March 21, 2018, Professor Matthew C. Jadud delivered his inaugural lecture, “It Begins with a Step” to celebrate the generous donation and contribution the Colony family has given towards founding the Bates Digital Computational.
On Wednesday, March 14, Joel Clement, the Former Top Climate Official at the Department of Interior came back to his home state of Maine to deliver a speech on the Trump Administration’s War on Climate Policy. In recent news, Clement has become.
Clayton Spencer is a name immediately familiar to anyone who knows Bates College. She is Bates’ eighth president as well as a great fundraiser, but we want to know more about the lady behind Bates and how she got here. Growing up in the South,.
On Friday, March 2, 2018, 65 people gathered into a small room in upstairs Commons to listen to a talk with a rather provocative title. Timothy Lyle, an Assistant English Professor at Iona College, and Bates College’s own Stephen Engel, an.
As part of Sustainable Earth Week at Bates the EcoReps in conjunction with the Eco Justice house organized a tour of the elusive greenhouse on the top floor of Carnegie. Once you arrive at the top floor, you need to climb an additional flight of.
Dear Sustainable Abigail, I’m a huge yogurt person! Unfortunately, I always feel bad eating yogurt in Commons because we just have the individual yogurt cups (unless it’s a Sunday hooray for Greek Yogurt!), and it seems like a lot of packaging..
To honor the memory of Philip Otis ’95, Bates invites a lecturer each year to give a talk on environment related issues. His endowment fund, along with sponsoring lecturers, goes towards scholarships for Bates students to travel and partner with.
On Jan. 26 Bates College continued its tradition of jumping into the depths of Lake Andrews, affectionately known as “the puddle” to Batesies. The puddle, home to ducks, diseases and miscellaneous projectiles, opens its waters each year.
On Thursday, Jan. 18, Bates students gathered at the home of Brittany Longsdorf, Bates’s Multifaith Chaplain, to participate in Hearth, a dinner event centered around discussion and engaged silence. This week’s Hearth included queries based on.