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August 2014

08-06-2014 Bard MAT Campers Learn Math with a Little Help from Ken and Barbie
08-03-2014 BGIA Faculty Andrew Nagorski Looks at Anti-Semitism in Today's Europe
08-02-2014 Art Review: Anne Collier, a Photography Retrospective at CCS Bard
08-02-2014 President Botstein Reviews Two Books on the Influential Composer Charles Ives
08-01-2014 In Its 25th Year, Bard Music Festival Focuses on Franz Schubert
08-01-2014 Interview: Writer and Editor Andrew Durbin '12 on Surveillance Poetics
08-01-2014 Professor Bradford Morrow's The Forgers Among Most Anticipated Books of the Fall
08-01-2014 Bard's Michael Specter Asks: What's After Ebola?
08-01-2014 Conductor Marcelo Lehninger '07: Rambling About Tanglewood in Case of Emergency

July 2014

07-31-2014 The Shy Clumsy Lover: Francine Prose Reviews Andrea Canobbio's Novel Three Light-Years
07-31-2014 Professor Omar Encarnación Considers Why Democracy Matters for Gay Rights
07-30-2014 Flavor Matters: An Interview with Bard College Farm Coordinator John-Paul Sliva
07-30-2014 Mark Danner Reviews Memoirs of Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
07-30-2014 Ian Buruma on Joachim Fest's "Extraordinary" Not I: Memoirs of a German Childhood
07-29-2014 A Weber Work Comes Out of Obscurity: Wall Street Journal Reviews Bard's Euryanthe
07-29-2014 Bard Artist in Residence Bill T. Jones Receives National Medal of Arts
07-25-2014 Alumna Betsaida Alcantara '05 Receives Appointment from President Obama
07-25-2014 What's the Real Cost of Your Steak? Science Friday Interviews Professor Gidon Eshel
07-24-2014 The 25th Anniversary Bard Music Festival Shines Spotlight on Schubert
07-24-2014 Hail Augustus! Daniel Mendelsohn on John Williams’s Novel About Rome's First Emperor
07-24-2014 Bard's Drone Center Among Campus Innovators
07-22-2014 Beef Pollutes More Than Pork, Poultry, Says Bard Professor Gidon Eshel in New Study
07-22-2014 Daniel Mendelsohn Asks: When Writing Fiction About National Tragedy, How Soon Is Too Soon?
07-21-2014 Photography Faculty Tim Davis Explores the Allure of Gazing at Strangers in Exhibition
07-21-2014 Kevin Newbury Returns to Bard to Direct "Weber's Greatest Masterpiece," Euryanthe
07-21-2014 Leave No Trace: Bard's Tom O'Dowd on How to Hike with a Minimal Footprint
07-21-2014 Course Access Opens New Horizons for Students at Bard Early College New Orleans
07-18-2014 Spirit of Inquiry: President Botstein Discusses Bard Music Festival's 25th Season
07-17-2014 Stephen Mucher Calls on Liberal Arts Faculty to Get Involved in Teacher Education
07-17-2014 Art to See on Your Summer Holidays: Amy Sillman and Anne Collier at CCS Bard
07-15-2014 Bard's Teju Cole Offers Global View of World Cup in The Time of the Game
07-15-2014 Writer in Residence Francine Prose Asks, "What Are the Last Literary Taboos?"
07-15-2014 Model, Photographer Louise Parker '12 Captures Behind-the-Scenes View of Fashion
07-14-2014 President Botstein and American Symphony Orchestra Exhilarate in 20th Season
07-14-2014 NEH Seminar at Bard: The Thinking Teacher's Solution to Summer
07-14-2014 Best Theater Outside NYC Includes Bard SummerScape's Love in the Wars
07-14-2014 Bard Drone Center Codirector Dan Gettinger '13 Weighs in on Hamas's Drone Program
07-11-2014 Bard Graduate Center Exhibitions Take Amazon as Inspiration
07-11-2014 School for a Scoundrel: James Romm's Dying Every Day Seeks the Elusive Seneca
07-10-2014 László Z. Bitó Conservatory Building Makes List of Top University Designs
07-10-2014 Bard MBA's Jeana Wirtenberg: It's Time to Make Sustainability Mainstream
07-10-2014 "Pretty Young Actors" Take on "The Shakespeare of Germany" in Love in the Wars
07-04-2014 At Bard, Amy Sillman’s Work Comments on the Art World
07-04-2014 Professor Ian Buruma on Japanese Prime Minister Abe's Long March
07-04-2014 Want to Help Control Invasive Plants? Try Using a Fork, Says Tom O'Dowd
07-04-2014 Francine Prose Asks: Are Literary Categories Useful?
07-03-2014 Curator's Choice: "Waterweavers" at Bard Graduate Center
07-01-2014 The Genius of Family: Professor Joseph Luzzi Conjures Two Italies
07-01-2014 Ten Things You Probably Didn't Know about Bard Professor Neil Gaiman
07-01-2014 Carl Maria von Weber's Opera Euryanthe Gets First U.S. Revival in 100 Years at Bard
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