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August 2018

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?
08-14-2018 Actor and Musician Lola Kirke ’12 Captures Her Life on Tour, in Polaroids
08-14-2018 DeCordova Presents Exhibition of Iconic Photographs by Bard Professor Larry Fink
08-14-2018 Berkeley Microfarmer Joanna Letz ’06 Supplies Bay Area with Beautiful Local Flowers
08-14-2018 Ambassador and BGIA Professor Frederic Hof Asks: Is Syria Lost to Iran?
08-07-2018 Times Spotlights Bard Music Festival, Rimsky-Korsakov and His World, Opening Friday
08-07-2018 BGIA Professor Elmira Bayrasli: Women’s Voices Still Lacking in Foreign Policy Op-Eds
08-07-2018 Bard’s Dan Gettinger ’13: Apparent Attack in Venezuela Highlights Risk of Drone Strikes
08-07-2018 Opinion: Jonathan Cristol ’00 on the TSA Proposal to Eliminate Screening at Smaller Airports
08-07-2018 Interview: James Bagwell and Christopher Gibbs on Rubinstein’s Demon and the Upcoming Bard Music Festival
08-07-2018 Bard MFA Professor R. H. Quaytman Is Focus of Exhibition at NYC’s Guggenheim Museum
08-07-2018 Bard College: The Montgomery Place Campus to Host Free Exhibit on Tree Pests and Diseases, through October
08-07-2018 Bard Alumna and Entrepreneur Sana Mustafa ’17 on Why Refugee Inclusion Is Long Overdue
08-07-2018 Jon Wang MFA ’19 Receives 2018 Princess Grace Award for His Work in Film

July 2018

07-31-2018 Rubinstein's Demon Is Redeemed in a Rare Staging at Bard SummerScape
07-30-2018 Bard Alumna Emily Wolff ’10 Heads Up New Youth and Families Office in New Orleans
07-29-2018 Ronan Farrow ’04 Continues Investigation of Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry with Profile of CBS Head Les Moonves
07-28-2018 Interview: President Botstein on Why the World Forgot Anton Rubinstein
07-27-2018 Imagining the Real: Bard’s Wyatt Mason Reviews The Seventh Function of Language, by Laurent Binet
07-27-2018 Professor Omar Encarnación on Spanish Dictator Francisco Franco’s Enduring Popularity
07-25-2018 CCS Exhibition The Conditions of Being Art Makes ARTnews Roster of Notable New Shows
07-25-2018 Visionary Work by Paul Chan MFA ’03 Now Part of Block Museum Permanent Collection
07-25-2018 Jackie McLean ’12 and Shawn Strack MAT ’11 of the Indie-Pop Band Roan Yellowthorn to Release Debut Album in September
07-25-2018 Taking the Field: Spotlight on Bard College Student-Athlete Evan Richardson ’19
07-23-2018 Russian Rarity Revived at Bard College: New Production of Anton Rubinstein’s Demon Premieres July 29
07-23-2018 Bard Professor Ellen Condliffe Lagemann Makes the Case for Education in Prison
07-23-2018 Demon Preview: It Was Russia’s Most Popular Opera. Then It Disappeared.
07-23-2018 The Teaching Artist: Interview with Dawn Upshaw, Director of the Bard Graduate Vocal Arts Program
07-23-2018 Civic Engagement Fellow Jonathan Cristol ’00: What Trump Gets Terribly Wrong about Montenegro
07-23-2018 Artist in Residence Jeffrey Gibson’s First Major Survey Exhibition on View at Denver Art Museum through August 12
07-23-2018 Art in America Marks Opening of The Conditions of Being at Bard’s Hessel Museum
07-23-2018 Opinion: Bard Alumna, La Voz Editor Mariel Fiori ’05 on Strategies for Producing Relevant, Actionable News
07-22-2018 Bard Youth Chinese Orchestra to Hold Premier Performances August 24 at Bard College and August 25 at Harvard University
07-17-2018 Review: A Stranger, Sexier Version of Peter Pan? It’s Leonard Bernstein’s
07-17-2018 Art in America Marks Opening of CCS Bard Exhibition The Conditions of Being Art
07-15-2018 Bard Professor Peter L’Official Writes on the Visual Frequency of Black Life
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