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March 2014

03-17-2014 Bard Conservatory Alumna Julia Bullock VAP '11 Wins $15,000 Naumburg Prize
03-17-2014 Review: Cypress Quartet Takes Trip with Bard Professor George Tsontakis
03-17-2014 Bard Alumnus, Photographer Daniel Gordon '04 Wins Paul Huf Award
03-14-2014 Works by Wendell Berry and Henry James Inspire Ghostly Opera Double Bill
03-14-2014 Tearing a Hole in Time and Space: The Kokomo Series by Photographer Michael Marcelle '05
03-14-2014 An Interview with Poet, Painter, and Bard Artist in Residence Ken Buhler
03-13-2014 Professor James Romm on His Book Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero
03-13-2014 Classical Music Is Alive and Well, President Botstein Tells University of Alabama Students
03-12-2014 An Opera Double Bill: A Discussion with Dawn Upshaw, Kayo Iwama, and Shawn Jaeger
03-11-2014 Bard CEP Offers Job Security: Grad Students Start Careers, Finish Degrees Remotely
03-10-2014 Detroit Symphony Presents EarShot Classical Roots Readings Featuring Bard Artist in Residence Erica Lindsay
03-10-2014 Video and Photos by Yishay Garbasz '04 Tell Sobering Story of Abandoned Fukushima "Exclusion Zone"
03-09-2014 Big Read Returns: Six Weeks of Events Planned at Bard, Local Partners
03-07-2014 An Agricultural Opera Inspired by Wendell Berry Gets Ready to Make Its Debut at the Fisher Center
03-06-2014 Teju Cole's Open City Is the Atlantic's Book of the Month
03-06-2014 An Interview with Bard MFA Film/Video Alumna Dani Leventhal
03-05-2014 Bard MFA Faculty Amy Sillman '95 Talks Painting, Grad School, and the Whitney Biennial
03-03-2014 So Yong Kim, Bard Artist in Residence, Creates Spark and Light Film for Miu Miu
03-03-2014 Bard Graduate Center Students Craft Oral History Project
03-03-2014 Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Capital Punishment for Mentally Disabled Man, by BHSEC Professor Steven Mazie
03-02-2014 Bard Students Volunteer in a Month of Community Programs

February 2014

02-28-2014 In Upcoming Indian Election, the Legacy of Religious Violence Looms, Writes BGIA's Ilan Greenberg
02-27-2014 Albany Symphony Orchestra's Two World Premieres Share Bard Musical Connections
02-27-2014 She Knows the Score: An Interview with Composer, Professor Joan Tower
02-27-2014 Eban Goodstein: Inspired by Colleges, Chevrolet Rethinks Carbon Investing
02-27-2014 Enter the Hannah Arendt Archives and Discover Rare Audio, Art, Her Books and Marginalia
02-26-2014 For Champions of Freedom, Washington's Birthday Ball Shined, Writes Professor Armstead
02-26-2014 Professor Mark Danner: In the Darkness of Dick Cheney
02-25-2014 President Leon Botstein Awarded 2014 Ireland Distinguished Visiting Scholar Prize
02-25-2014 Student's Death and India's Racism Debate, by Bard Political Studies Professor Sanjib Baruah
02-20-2014 Starring Adrian Grenier '98 and Gaby Hoffmann '04, Goodbye World Hits Theaters on April 4
02-14-2014 Professor Myra Young Armstead Continues Series on Master Gardener James F. Brown
02-13-2014 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Stages Unorthodox Version of Romeo & Juliet at Bard Fisher Center
02-13-2014 Bard Senior, Composer Dylan Mattingly Has Work Commissioned by Los Angeles Philharmonic
02-12-2014 2013 Bard SummerScape's Oresteia Nominated for International Opera Awards
02-12-2014 For Artists Braden Lamb '03 and Shelli Paroline, It's All "Adventure Time"
02-11-2014 Von Weber's Euryanthe at Bard SummerScape
02-11-2014 Professor Sanjib Baruah on India's Internally Displaced People
02-10-2014 Bard's Fisher Center Ranked #1 Among the 25 Most Amazing College Campus Theaters
02-10-2014 MacArthur-Winning Pianist and Bard Professor Jeremy Denk Talks about His Passion for Music
02-10-2014 Clemente Course in Humanities Has a Positive Impact in Washington, D.C.
02-10-2014 Professor Armstead Sees 1849 Cholera Epidemic Through the Eyes of Hudson Valley Gardener
02-07-2014 Things Fall Together: Chinua Achebe and Toni Morrison at Bard College in 2001
02-04-2014 Professor Ian Buruma on the Politics of Olympic Values
02-03-2014 Paradise Found: An Interview with Bard Professor, Acclaimed Author Norman Manea
02-03-2014 "A Poet Among the People": Ann Lauterbach's New Collection, Under the Sign
02-03-2014 Bard Gets Nod from Lawmaker on Clarity of Financial Aid Requirements

January 2014

01-29-2014 Bard Classicist James Romm on Discovery of New Poems by the Ancient Greek Poet Sappho
01-29-2014 Why Is Latin America Progressive on Gay Rights? Professor Omar Encarnación Credits the Courts
01-28-2014 Invite Bard Prison Initiative Founder Max Kenner '01 to the State of the Union, Writes Angela Onwuachi-Willig
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