In Part II of our Day in the Life of Commons — Tuesday, March 12, 2024, — we follow lunch, supper, and closing time. Along ...
Do you need to reduce stress by organizing your time? Or perhaps you’re craving a non-alcoholic drink? Or you're keen on ...
Mac Gaither ’24, an environmental studies major from Palo Alto, Calif., presented his thesis research on science fiction ...
We gathered brief quotes from 30-plus attendees at the inauguration of Garry W. Jenkins, everyone from Bates student waiters ...
The May 4 installation of President Garry W. Jenkins featured historic firsts — Bates' first Black and first openly gay ...
The late Jim McKay had it right, of course. Sports are more than W’s and L’s in a box score. Sports is the “thrill of victory ...
Commencement Weekend is just around the corner, and we have a few reminders for you as you get ready to head to campus or to tune in to the Commencement livestream from afar. Finally, remember that ...
The Program in Africana encompasses the study of world making in Africa and its global diaspora. The program faculty embrace a progressive interdisciplinary approach, foregrounding Blackness, white ...
The Program in Africana encompasses the study of world making in Africa and its global diaspora. The program faculty embrace a progressive interdisciplinary approach, foregrounding Blackness, white ...
Nate Stephenson ’18 played Prior in the 2018 Bates production of Angels in America-Part One Millennium Approaches. Now he is portraying Louis at Portland Stage. The production is running from May 1 – ...
From the founder of a 10-year-old machine learning company and two hall of fame inductees to a Bates Film Festival packed with several Hollywood stars, this month’s installment of Bates In the News ...
The Department of Theater and Dance is thrilled to announce that Courtney Smith will be joining us as Associate Professor of Design, Technology, and Management beginning in the 24-25 academic year! He ...