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Don't miss writer in residence Edie Meidav reading from novel Lola, California on Monday!
On Monday, October 31, at Bard College, Bard College writer in residence Edie Meidav will read from her highly praised recent novel, Lola, California. Meidav is the winner of the 2006 Bard Fiction Prize and author of Crawl Space and The Far Field. In praise of Lola, California, the New Yorker wrote, “Meidav captures the self-indulgence of adolescent friendship and the tension underlying familial bonds, languidly teasing out the surprising secrets of the past.”
Farm to Table to Farm Fundraiser
Today: Don't miss the "Farm to Table to Farm" dinner at 4pm. Support Hudson Valley farmers recovering from Hurricane Irene!
American Ballet Theatre Returns to the Hudson Valley this Weekend
American Ballet Theatre is recognized as one of the great dance companies in the world. Few ballet companies equal ABT for its combination of size, scope, and outreach. Recognized as a living national treasure since its founding in 1940, ABT annually tours the United States, performing for more than 600,000 people, and is the only major cultural institution to do so.
Bard Alumni Basketball Games Turn Out to Be Overtime Thrillers!
The Bard College Men's Basketball Alumni games turned out to be thrillers last weekend. In the first game, which pitted the current team against a team of alumni, the alumni jumped out to an 18-6 lead, then faded a bit as the teams went into halftime tied at 23-23.
"Small World, Green World: Chevy, Clean Energy, and Maine Housing," by Bard CEP Director Eban Goodstein
You may ask: what is a car company doing spending money on carbon reduction projects? Welcome to the fascinating new world of business sustainability.
Hot off the Presses: New Issue of Conjunctions
The latest issue of Bard's literary magazine Conjunctions explores family in all its permutations, with new work by Rae Armantrout, Ann Beattie, Elizabeth Hand, Noy Holland, Robert Kelly, Rick Moody, Joyce Carol Oates, Peter Orner, Octavio Paz, and Karen Russell.
Bard Tennis Players Provide Clinic for Local Cub Scouts
The Bard College men's and women's tennis teams recently hosted Cub Scout Pack 28 from Rhinebeck, N.Y. The clinic gave the scouts the opportunity to earn 'belt loops' in tennis, according to Den Master Kevin Smith.
Greenstein's Legacy Will Go Beyond Basketball
Bard basketball player's legacy includes establishment of weekly clinic and summer camp for kids.
Don't Miss "New Frontiers in Human Rights Law" Symposium
Bard's Human Rights Project and the Hannah Arendt Center, with the help of trustee Peter Maguire '88, present a two-day symposium on the unsettled status of international human rights law. "New Frontiers in Human Rights Law" will take place Oct. 24–25, and feature a keynote address by Guardian and Observer writer Ed Vulliamy, as well as panel discussions exploring many aspects of human rights law.
Bard Professor Susan Fox Rogers Launches New Book My Reach: A Hudson River Memoir
Book launch reception and book talk on October 16 in Beacon, N.Y.
Is Internet Access a Human Right?
Find out at Bard's next public debate on Oct. 28. Bard vs. Bard!
New Albion Records and The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts Present "The Music of Lou Harrison"
Saturday Night Performance Includes Solo to Anthony Cirone, Suite for Violin and American Gamelan, and La Koro Sutro, Performed by 100-Voice Chorus, Violin, American Gamelan, Harp and Pump Organ.
What Would Hannah Arendt Say about Occupy Wall Street?
The first installment of a two part blog post about Occupy Wall Street by Hannah Arendt Center Associate Fellow, Kieran Bonner.
Introducing the Liebowitz Center for International Studies
The new International Center at Bard College at Simon's Rock goes miles beyond study abroad. What makes it unique?
Bard's Model UN Team Begins Year with a Bang!
Bard's Model UN team began the year with a bang last weekend at Columbia University! First-year Brian Harris (far right) won an award for his role as an MP from the Bangalore South District in the Northern Democratic Alliance Election Convention.
Bard Fisher Center Presents Opening Concert of American Symphony Orchestra Series
The ASO series begins Oct. 28–29. Music director and Bard president Leon Botstein will conduct, with preconcert talk by professor Christopher Gibbs.
Bard Students Perform for LGBT Youth Benefit
Bard students in the vocal arts program will perform on campus and at Red Hook High School Nov. 5–6 to raise funds for The Trevor Project, for suicide prevention and LGBT youth.
Bardians Have Impressive Showing at New York Film Festival
Lots of Bardians appear in "Views from the Avant-Garde" as part of the New York Film Festival this coming weekend: Jessie Stead '07, Bobby Abate '02, and Andrew Lampert '79 in the screening Bitches Brew on 10/7 and 10/10; Fern Silva '11, Dani Leventhal, and Bobby Abate in Looking Through a Glass Onion on 10/8 and 10/10; Dani Leventhal and Kelly Egan '06 in Cabinet of Curiosities on 10/8 and 10/10; Fern Silva and Jesse Cain '06 in The Red and the Black on 10/9. Dani Leventhal and film/video co-chair Les LeVeque have installation work on view all four days.
Video/Audio Available of Joyce Carol Oates Speaking at Bard on Inspiration and Obsession
|10-03-2011||Bard CEP Director Eban Goodstein Helps Launch New Project: Econ4 People, Planet and the Future|
Bard Math and Science Division Hosts Red Hook Eighth-Graders
For the first time ever, the Bard Math and Science Division hosts Red Hook's eighth grade class this Tuesday and Thursday. Students and faculty teach physics, computer science, biology, chemistry and math. Co-sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement and Trustee Leader Scholar (TLS) projects Bard Science Outreach and Math Circle.
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