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April 2017

04-14-2017 Bard Professor Ian Buruma Comments on President Trump's Decision to Strike Syria
04-14-2017 FilmInk Pays Tribute to Bard Filmmaker Kelly Reichardt
04-13-2017 Codirector of the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College Predicts the Normalization of Drone Use by Police and Criminals
04-12-2017 A Poem Is a Human Artifact: A Conversation with Professor Ann Lauterbach
04-12-2017 Professor Elmira Bayrasli Asks: Is It Too Late for Turkey’s Democracy?
04-10-2017 Research by Bard College’s Center for the Study of the Drone Highlights Increasing Presence of Police Drones
04-10-2017 Bard College MFA Program Ranks Among Top 25 in the Country
04-09-2017 Bard Faculty Member Ed Halter's Light Industry Cinema Celebrates Five Years as a Brooklyn Bright Spot
04-09-2017 Renowned Photojournalist Steve Schapiro '55 Featured in Reprint of Baldwin's Civil Rights-Era Classic
04-07-2017 BHSEC Manhattan Faculty Steven V. Mazie Takes His Class to Visit the Supreme Court
04-06-2017 BHSEC Baltimore Faculty Elisabeth Gambino Selected as National Geographic Fellow
04-06-2017 Civic Engagement Fellow Jonathan Cristol '00 on Trump and North Korea
04-05-2017 Bard Microcollege Holyoke Helps Single Moms Become Liberal Arts Graduates
04-04-2017 Bard College at Simon's Rock Professor Wins Fulbright to Teach in Czech Republic

March 2017

03-28-2017 College Classes in Maximum Security: "It Gives You Meaning"
03-28-2017 Life in a New Land: A Refugee's Journey
03-27-2017 Review: Writer in Residence Teju Cole's Known and Strange Things
03-27-2017 Bard's Drone Center: How Flying a Drone Could Send You to the Slammer Even When the FAA Says It’s OK
03-26-2017 Artist in Residence Jeffrey Gibson Makes Pow Wow Regalia Raw Materials into Modern Traditional Art
03-25-2017 Fink on Warhol: New York Photographs of the 1960s
03-24-2017 Professor Daniel Mendelsohn Pays Tribute to Robert B. Silvers, New York Review of Books Editor
03-20-2017 Why This Persian New Year Is Different, by Porochista Khakpour
03-19-2017 Greece Needs a New Growth Model, Says Economy Minister Dimitri Papadimitriou
03-18-2017 Why Arendt Matters: Roger Berkowitz Revisits The Origins of Totalitarianism
03-16-2017 How Incoming BHSEC Queens Student Abraham Weitzman Navigated the New York City High School Admissions Maze in a Wheelchair
03-15-2017 Ian Buruma on How the Dutch Stopped Being Decent and Dull
03-15-2017 President Botstein Urges Interdisciplinary, Hands-on Approach to the Humanities at Symposium
03-15-2017 Curbed Names Bard's Fisher Center Among Most Spectacular Theaters in the U.S.
03-14-2017 BHSEC Queens Students Among 2017 Winners for Design a Brain Experiment Competition
03-14-2017 Two Entertainers with Two Loves: Dan Tepfer and Camille Bertault at the Fisher Center
03-14-2017 Bard High School Early College Among 10 NYC Schools That Are More Selective Than Yale
03-13-2017 Beyond Lyme Disease: Bard Professor Felicia Keesing on Rise of New Tick-Borne Illnesses in the U.S.
03-13-2017 Bard Graduate Center Gallery Rated One of the Best Design Museums in New York City
03-10-2017 Bard Joins Steering Committee of New College in High School Alliance
03-09-2017 Wyatt Mason on French Author Emmanuel Carrère in the New York Times
03-08-2017 Professor Joseph Luzzi Discusses A Cinema of Poetry at Harvard
03-06-2017 Professor Felicia Keesing Predicts Risky Year for Lyme Disease in the Northeast
03-06-2017 The Jacksonian Revolt: Walter Russell Mead Writes on American Populism and the Liberal Order
03-05-2017 Three Iconic Musicians on Artistic Creation—and Its Importance Now, by Bard's Wyatt Mason
03-04-2017 Stephen Mucher Explains Why We Should Sing the Obscure Fifth Verse of "The Star-Spangled Banner"
03-03-2017 Professor Mark Danner on What Trump Could Do
03-02-2017 Interview: Daniel Karpowitz on College in Prison
03-01-2017 Kelly Reichardt on Sexism in Film and Working with Michelle Williams

February 2017

02-28-2017 Overcoming Tough Odds: Bard Microcollege Holyoke Gives Young Women an Educational Boost
02-28-2017 Chopin Is the Focus of Bard’s Summer Music Festival
02-26-2017 Eating for the Environment: Professor Gidon Eshel on the Beef About Beef
02-25-2017 Caudillo-In-Chief? Omar Encarnación on Latin American Reflections in U.S. Politics
02-24-2017 Bard's Joseph Luzzi to Give Boston Public Library Lowell Lecture on March 2
02-23-2017 Professor Ellen Condliffe Lagemann on Why College-in-Prison Programs Work
02-20-2017 Bard Faculty, Alumni Discuss Bard Prison Initiative on Leonard Lopate Show
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