On Monday, February 6th, India native Thinlas Chorol, an entrepreneur and advocate for women’s rights, visited Bates to present her work. The talk was entitled “Women in Ladakh, India: Observations and Reflections.” Chorol began her.
Are you looking to fund a community service opportunity, an event during a Bates break, or a weekend program? If so, the Student Funding Hub website was launched on January 9th to assist in making these kinds of programs realities. Nicholas.
The three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks are filled with late-night study sessions and never ending assignments. Therefore, in order to relieve the stress of finals week, you can participate in various annual activities put on by.
Two recent acts of violence near the campus, on October 31st and November 4th, have been reported. Although only the Lewiston Police Department can provide specific details regarding these crimes, Thomas Carey, the Director of Bates College Security.
At the end of this academic year, the Bates Director of Athletics, Kevin McHugh, will resign after ten years of holding this position. This necessitates the need for a new director, for which the search has just begun. During McHugh’s decade of.
The Bates class of 2020 is one of the most diverse classes yet in the history of the college, which marks a milestone in the institution’s consistent efforts to grow and improve. Leigh Weisenburger, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, provided.
The climbing wall at Merrill Gymnasium, adjacent to the track, has been a much enjoyed and well-used resource for years. Recently, the wall has become so popular that George Fiske ‘19, along with the rest of the Bates climbing community, is now.
This year Bates is filled with new and exciting changes. We welcome the class of 2020, whose members come from a whopping 38 states and 30 countries, we study in the new Academic Resource Commons, a revamped study and help center in Ladd, and we.
On Sunday, May 1st, the fifth annual Stand Against Racism workshop took place at the YWCA in Lewiston, ME. This year’s event focused primarily on females of color. The event began at 12:30 with a keynote address by Shay Stewart-Bouley, the.
Noah Stebbins and Andrew Jenkelunas, both members of the Class of 2018, want what most college students want: to make some extra cash and to do so creatively. During a meeting this fall, they brainstormed various ideas and eventually landed on one:.