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August 2015

08-31-2015 In Bard, Baltimore School Officials Hope to Pave a Free Path to College
08-30-2015 New York Times Reviews That Winter the Wolf Came by Alumna Juliana Spahr '88
08-29-2015 Incoming Bard First-Year Basel Al Yazouri Photographs Conflict in Gaza
08-28-2015 Erik Kiviat '76 Scours the Meadowlands for the Elusive Clam Shrimp
08-28-2015 The Situation-Room Comedy: Bard Writer in Residence Francine Prose on HBO's The Brink
08-27-2015 Bard Early College New Orleans Students Discuss What It Means to Be Human
08-27-2015 Professor Ellen Driscoll's Art Explores Globalization for Siena Art Institute Residency
08-23-2015 Bard Writer in Residence, Photographer Teju Cole Hunts Shadows in São Paulo
08-20-2015 Bard MAT Director Stephen Mucher: A Father Reads Ta-Nehisi Coates
08-19-2015 Bard's Drone Center Finds Nearly 300 Close Calls Between Manned and Unmanned Aircraft in FAA Data
08-18-2015 New York Times Review: Bard Festival Salutes Carlos Chávez
08-14-2015 Photography Program Alumnus Louis Heilbronn '10 Is Setting Paris Alight
08-12-2015 Meet the Modern Farmer: Bard Alumna Molly Myerson '03
08-12-2015 Ian Samuels '06 Named One of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film
08-11-2015 17th-Century Stradivarius Violin Returned to Family of Former Longy School of Music Director Roman Totenberg
08-10-2015 Simon's Rock Provost Peter Laipson on the Power of a Liberal Arts Degree
08-09-2015 A Pseudo Peace: Bard Professor Sanjib Baruah Asks Whether India's Naga Insurgency Has Really Ended
08-07-2015 Bard Professor Walter Russell Mead Gives Testimony to Senate Armed Services Committee on the Strategic Impact of the Iran Nuclear Deal
08-05-2015 PEN America Center Interviews Writer and Bard Professor of Human Rights Ian Buruma
08-05-2015 Entrepreneur Karen Feldman '91 Built Crystal Glassware Empire in Prague
08-05-2015 Bard Alumnus Herb Ritts’s Stars Shine Brightly in Career Retrospective Photography Exhibition
08-03-2015 Bard Music Festival Presents Carlos Chávez, Mexican Modernist
08-03-2015 Jonathan Cristol ’00: The Taliban After Mullah Omar
08-02-2015 Photography Festival in Southern France Celebrates the Work of Bard Photography Program Director Stephen Shore
08-02-2015 Who Should Be Ejected from the Literary Canon? Francine Prose Weighs In
08-01-2015 College Prison Programs Like Bard Prison Initiative Have More Than Proved Their Worth, Says New York Times

July 2015

07-31-2015 Raptors Recognized for Academic Excellence
07-31-2015 Bard Professor Christopher H. Gibbs Opens as Chautauqua Institution’s Keynote Speaker with Art and Politics Lecture
07-27-2015 Ethel Smyth’s The Wreckers Thrillingly Staged at Bard College
07-27-2015 Bard Professor Ian Buruma Reviews Susan Southard’s Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War
07-27-2015 Bard's Ephraim Asili Joins Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto as Visiting Artist
07-26-2015 Bard Writer in Residence Teju Cole Explores the Evolution of the Aerial View
07-25-2015 David Duckler '09 Discusses the Inspiration for His Import Business, Verdant Tea
07-24-2015 Professor of Art History Tom Wolf Organizes "Superb" Smithsonian Retrospective about Modernist Painter Yasuo Kuniyoshi
07-23-2015 One Feisty Victorian Woman's Opera Revived: Bard SummerScape's The Wreckers on NPR's All Things Considered
07-21-2015 Rep. Chris Gibson Announces Early College Legislation at Bard College
07-21-2015 Dialogues on American Foreign Policy and World Affairs: Professor Walter Russell Mead in Conversation with Senator John McCain
07-17-2015 Bard Revives Ethel Smyth's Forgotten Opera, The Wreckers
07-17-2015 Scholars in Bard's Levy Economics Institute Predicted the Greek Crisis Years Before Everyone Else
07-16-2015 The Iran Deal Is the Best of Bad Options, Says Bard Professor Jonathan Cristol '00
07-15-2015 BHSEC Cleveland Principal Dumaine Williams ’03 Calls on Congress to Extend Financial Aid to Early College Programs
07-15-2015 Cleveland Foundation Announces $170,000 Grant to Bard High School Early College
07-15-2015 ICP-Bard Graduate and Artist Nona Faustine ’13 Shines a Light on New York City’s Buried Legacy of Slavery
07-15-2015 Bard College and Simon’s Rock Professor Peter Filkins Speaks about His Translation of H.G. Adler’s The Wall
07-14-2015 Daniel Fish’s Reimagining of Oklahoma! Is an "Edgy, Immersive and Sexy" Musical
07-14-2015 WAMC Roundtable Features Gideon Lester, Susana Meyer, and Neal Cooper on The Wreckers
07-14-2015 Director of International Academic Initiatives James Ketterer Analyzes the Iran Nuclear Deal
07-11-2015 Third Annual El Sistema Summer Academy Brings 80 Students to the Longy School of Music of Bard College
07-10-2015 Professor Ian Buruma: Good People, Bad Judgments
07-09-2015 Want to Keep Ex-cons from Returning to Prison? Give Them a Liberal Arts Education.
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