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September 2018

09-25-2018 Alums Sarah Draney ’64 and Rick Klauber ’72 among Winners of NYFA’s 2018 Murray Reich Distinguished Artist Award
09-25-2018 Jonathan Cristol ’00 Weighs In on Issues Facing the UN General Assembly as 2018 Session Opens
09-23-2018 Syrian Students in Their Own Words: Bard College Berlin and IIE PEER Collaborate on Video Series
09-22-2018 Grazing Goats Provide Sustainable Weed Control at Blithewood
09-22-2018 BGIA Director James Ketterer Joins WAMC Roundtable to Discuss Forced Migration Crisis and Other Global Issues
09-21-2018 An Uncommon Woman: Composer Joan Tower Reflects Upon Six Decades in Classical Music
09-20-2018 Bard Alum Allie Cashel ’13 Raises Awareness around the Experience of Living with Chronic Illness
09-19-2018 Bard Alum Deanna Kawitzky ’09 Leads Study Analyzing Biofeedback as Form of Voice Therapy for Transgender Women
09-18-2018 A Celebration of Blithewood’s Garden: 115 Years of Beauty in the Hudson
09-18-2018 Bard Writer in Residence Wyatt Mason Profiles Novelist and Psychiatrist Daniel Mason
09-18-2018 Bard MAT Alum Alhassan Susso ’12 Named 2019 New York State Teacher of the Year
09-18-2018 Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s BoJack Horseman Launches Fifth Season to Rave Reviews
09-18-2018 CCS Bard Alum Manuela Moscoso MA ’11 Appointed Curator of 2020 Liverpool Biennial
09-18-2018 Review: The Conditions of Being Art: Pat Hearn Gallery and American Fine Arts, Co. (1983–2004) at Bard’s Hessel Museum of Art
09-11-2018 The Orchestra Now Launches 2018 Fall Season on September 15
09-11-2018 Interview: Roger Berkowitz on This Year’s Hannah Arendt Center Conference
09-11-2018 The Times Asks President Botstein, Others to Choose the Five Minutes of Classical Music They Cherish
09-11-2018 Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place at the Bard Graduate Center
09-11-2018 Bard’s Frederic Hof Comments on Warnings of Idlib Massacre in Syria
09-11-2018 Review: Professor Richard Aldous on Ian Kershaw’s Roller-Coaster: Europe 1950–2017
09-11-2018 Bard’s Eli Dueker: Coastal Fog Can Act as Vector for Microbes
09-04-2018 Bard Professor Lauren Rose Empowers Girls Through Math
09-03-2018 Times Reviews CCS Bard/Hessel Museum of Art Exhibition Conditions of Being Art
09-02-2018 A Tempo: Bard College’s The Orchestra Now (TŌN) Explores New Musical Directions
09-02-2018 Bard’s Neil Gaiman Makes Shortlist for Alternative Nobel Literature Prize
09-01-2018 A Conversation with Grayson Morley ’13, Winner of a PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers

August 2018

08-31-2018 Latest Exposé by Ronan Farrow ’04 Focuses on the Conspiracy Memo about Obama Aides that Circulated in the Trump White House
08-30-2018 Author and BHSEC Queens Library Director Jess deCourcy Hinds on Making High Schools into True Literary Spaces
08-30-2018 New Study Co-led by Bard Microbiologist Eli Dueker Reveals Fog Is Teeming with Life 
08-28-2018 Bard College President Leon Botstein Celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s Political and Social Engagement
08-28-2018 BGIA Director James Ketterer Joins WAMC Roundtable to Discuss Breakdown in Foreign Policy under Trump
08-28-2018 Bard Microbiologist Elias Dueker Co-leads Study on the Biology of Fog
08-28-2018 Bard’s Omar Encarnación on the Proposed Transformation of a Monument to Fascist Spain
08-28-2018 Artist Brice Marden on His Role in Bard SummerScape’s Acclaimed Dance Production Four Quartets
08-28-2018 Distinguished Writer in Residence Teju Cole on Photographic Portraiture in the Digital Age
08-28-2018 Research by Bard Professor Justin Hulbert Suggests Psychological Trauma May Act as a Form of Cognitive Training
08-28-2018 Bard’s Dan Gettinger ’13: New U.S. Drone Base in Niger Will Cost More Than $280 Million by 2024
08-28-2018 Critic George Loomis on the 2018 Bard Music Festival and the “Irreplaceable” Rimsky-Korsakov
08-28-2018 Bard College and the Garden Conservancy Host Celebration of Blithewood Garden on Saturday, September 22
08-28-2018 Youthful Orchestra Keeps Chinese Music Tradition Alive in Debut Performances
08-28-2018 Bard Fisher Center Announces Full 2018–19 Season of Performances
08-21-2018 Bard Music Festival Makes a Case for the Reappraisal of Russian Composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
08-20-2018 BGIA Professor Elmira Bayrasli on Erdoğan, Trump, and the Strongman Politics Devastating Turkey’s Economy
08-20-2018 Bard’s Steven Mazie on the Supreme Court Case Pitting Frogs against Loggers
08-17-2018 Bard College Artist in Residence Jeffrey Gibson Subject of Solo Show at Wellin Museum of Art
08-16-2018 BPI’s Max Kenner: “Nothing Has Been Proven to Go Further in Reducing Recidivism than Education”
08-14-2018 The New Yorker Spotlights the BMF Production of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Opera The Tsar’s Bride
08-14-2018 Bard Alumna Dalia Najjar ’14 Spearheads $1 Million Donation Supporting Sustainable Development in Palestine
08-14-2018 Opinion: BGIA Professor Elmira Bayrasli on the New U.S.–Turkish Relationship
08-14-2018 Bard’s Steven Mazie: Are Facebook and YouTube Quasi-governmental Actors?
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