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June 2016

06-28-2016 New Yorker: Bard SummerScape Opens Friday with "zany, surrealist" Fantasque
06-28-2016 Bard Prison Initiative Students Gain Access to Pell Grants through Pilot Program
06-28-2016 Professor Neil Gaiman: How Batman Made Me Fall in Love with Comic Books
06-26-2016 A Stroll with Ecologist Erik Kiviat '76 
06-26-2016 How Greek Drama Saved the City, by Professor Daniel Mendelsohn
06-26-2016 I, Snowbot: For a Man Living in Exile, Edward Snowden Is Strangely Free, Appearing Virtually Around the World, Including as the Keynote Speaker at the Hannah Arendt Center's 2015 Conference, "Why Privacy Matters"
06-24-2016 How Frankenstein’s Monster Became Human: Francine Prose on Shelley's Classic
06-23-2016 From Brooklyn to Cannes: Ace Salisbury '08 Takes Leap of Faith with Help from Cameron Bossert '06
06-23-2016 Pia Carusone '03 and Rachel Gardner Open D.C.'s First Women-Owned Distillery
06-22-2016 Encroaching Water: Virginia Hanusik '14
06-21-2016 Bard's Jonathan Becker on Protecting Academic Values in International Partnerships
06-20-2016 Bard Senior Sana Mustafa Speaks on Behalf of Her Fellow Syrian Refugees
06-19-2016 A Bardian Collaboration: Hannah Schneider and Kate Stone Publish How We End.
06-17-2016 Bard High School Early College Baltimore Supports Deeper Learning
06-16-2016 Professor Stephen Shore's Photographs of Luzzara, Italy, Collected in New Book
06-15-2016 Bard Graduate Center Professor Paul Stirton on Design Pioneer László Moholy-Nagy
06-13-2016 Professor Helen Epstein Authors Ebola Report, Drawing from Conference Hosted by Bard's Hannah Arendt Center and Citizen Science Program
06-12-2016 Francine Prose: Is It Harder to Be Transported By a Book As You Get Older?
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