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Bard Senior Stergios Mentesidis Named Academic All-American in Men's Soccer
Bard senior Stergios Mentesidis became the first Bard student-athlete to ever earn Academic All-District honors, and on Tuesday, he became Bard's first-ever national Academic All-American, earning third team honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and Capital One.
Don't miss the Bard Conservatory of Music Orchestra featuring acclaimed pianist Jeremy Denk and conducted by president Botstein!
This Sunday matinee performance includes works by Beethoven, Mahler, and Ives.
Bard Student Saim Saeed Awarded Highest Honor at West Point's Student Conference on U.S. Affairs
Bard College junior Saim Saeed '13 of Karachi, Pakistan, has won the 63rd annual Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA) award. The largest and most prestigious conference of its kind in the world, SCUSA is four-day conference hosted by the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
"Climate Policy Down Under" on the Bard Center for Environmental Policy Blog
Bard CEP graduate students and Director Goodstein spoke with Seb Henbest this past week, manager of Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s operations in Australia, as part of the ongoing National Climate Seminar series.
The Bard Equestrian Team Shows Its Stuff at Last Weekend's Steven's/WPU Competition
The Bard Equestrian Team's Facebook page features photography from many of their autumn competitions, including last weekend's Steven's/WPU contest.
Announcing Student Performances in December
Mark your calendars! Bard students take the stage in music, theater, and dance in December performance series.
Bard Center for Environmental Policy Students Link Science and Policy at New York Environmental Conference
Bard CEP first-year graduate students attended NYSERDA‘s Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation, and Protection in New York: “Linking Science and Policy” conference in Albany yesterday. The conference provided students with an opportunity to make connections with professionals in the environmental field and pursue internship opportunities for next year.
Bard College Debate Union Asks, "Would You Occupy Wall Street?"
Bard College Debate Union public debate series looks at the movement on its two-month anniversary.
What Would You Tell the World's Seven-Billionth Person?
What would you tell the world's seven-billionth person so that he or she could be a responsible citizen? The Center for Civic Engagement sponsors an essay contest for students in Bard's network of institutions.
Arendt Center Director Roger Berkowitz on the Spirit of Revolution
Hannah Arendt wrote that "The end of rebellion is liberation, while the end of revolution is the foundation of freedom." Arendt Center director Roger Berkowitz unpacks Arendt's words and explores the spirit of revolution today.
Varsity Baseball Returns to Bard for First Time Since 1937!
Baseball is back! A generous gift will allow the school to build a baseball facility on campus. The size of the gift, the name of the donor, and the site of field are to be announced. A coach has been hired and the recruiting efforts have already begun. It is hoped that Bard's first varsity baseball season since 1937 will launch in the spring of 2013.
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I Was Just Following Orders ...
Is following orders no matter what just human nature? Bard psychology professor Kristin Lane discusses in the Hannah Arendt Center blog.
Professor Bradford Morrow's New E-Book Released Today!
Bard literature professor and Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow's novella Fall of the Birds e-book just released today! Watch book trailer via Open Road Media.
Alumnus at the Bottom of the World
Ever wondered what it's like working in subzero temperatures to repair a radio telescope that weighs half a million pounds? Chris Kendall '82 has done just that, and will share his experience working at the Amunsen Scott Station in Antarctica on Nov. 10, 7–9 pm, in Olin 102.
Chemistry Professor Craig Anderson Wins Prestigious Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award
Congratulations to Bard chemistry prof. Craig Anderson, who has received the prestigious Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award for 2011, providing a research grant of $60,000!
Congrats to Bard High School Early Colleges on their 10-year anniversary!
Take a look at photos from last week's breakfast event celebrating the milestone.
Mentesidis Earns Capital One Academic All-District Honors
Soccer player and economics-mathematics double major Stergios Mentesidis is the first Bard student athlete to ever win Capital One Academic All-District honors. Well done, Stergios!
Annual Bard Fiction Prize Awarded to Benjamin Hale
The Annual Bard Fiction Prize has been awarded to Benjamin Hale for his debut novel, The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore. Hale will receive a $30,000 award and join Bard as writer in residence for the spring 2012 semester.
Faculty and Student Collaboration Subject of Bach Among Us Documentary
Put the audience on the stage and the dancers among the seating, craft original choreography with classical and modern elements, and set it all to Bach's Goldberg Variations ... for a string trio. Watch as this documentary short film follows Bard artists—students and faculty—working on Bach Among Us, a collaborative dance and music project that challenges performers and viewers alike.
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