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A talk on Montaigne and Virginia Woolf by New Yorker critic/Harvard professor James Wood, a lecture on the singularity and the human condition by Roger Berkowitzâ€”this is how the spring semester is shaping up for Bard's first-years.
Starting Tuesday, the Robert Bresson and His Legacy film series celebrates the French filmmaker's life and work.
Bard alum Nick Zinner '96 stages goosebumps-inducing 41 Strings composition at Sydney Opera House with Australian Youth Orchestra!
Ten young leaders receive full scholarships to attend Bard through The POSSE Foundation!
Bard College senior basketball player Matt Shubert sat out the fall semester after the NCAA determined he had only one semester of eligibility left. He returned with a vengeance this past week, and the Liberty League has recognized him for his efforts, naming him a Performer of the Week.
This debate will take place, as part of the Citizen Science Program and the Public Debate Series, on January 18 at 7:00 pm in the Reem-Kayden Center 103 (Laszlo Z. Bito ’60 Auditorium).
Bard Alumna Laida Lertxundi '03 and film professor Kelly Reichardt have been included in this year's Whitney Biennial. In addition, film professor Ed Halter is working with the curators on the film program.
The sustainability initiatives at Bard have come a long way and the students have noticed. Leon Botstein, president of Bard College, promised to achieve climate neutrality—carbon zero—a carbon neutral campus by 2035.
Today Bard's Citizen Science and Civic Engagement programs kick off a series of science education and community involvement days! Our first-years are making a big difference right here in the Hudson Valley. See what they're up to online!
Men's basketball takes down rival Vassar for first time since 1995!
Bard College Berlin has extended its application deadline for all students to Jan. 31, and 2012 Bard College applicants can request to spend a semester in Berlin this fall!
January e-newsletter offers a taste of spring and summer performances at The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College.
Pictured here is the St. Stephen's College men's basketball team for the 1933-34 season. At the time this photo was taken, the entire student body at the school consisted of 102 men. What that meant was that most athletes played more than one sport. In the case of this team, John Burgevin, the leading scorer on the men's basketball team, also played soccer in the fall and baseball in the spring; Paul Woodruff, the second-leading scorer on the basketball team, also played baseball.
Aretha Sills '91 reveals the talented and troubled songwriter Townes Van Zandt in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
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