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October 2000

10-25-2000 TWO INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS WILL BE OFFERED AT BARD COLLEGE DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Full Story
10-25-2000 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY HOSTS NOVEMBER 2 ELECTION DIALOGUE ON ENVIRONMENT AND POLITICS Open Forum Series Continues with "Environment and Politics: What Kind of Environmental Protection Do You Get with Your Vote?" Full Story
10-24-2000 HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A SERIES OF TALKS BY HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS, AUTHORS, AND JOURNALISTS DURING OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER Full Story
10-24-2000 FILM SERIES ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS WILL BE SHOWN AT BARD COLLEGE IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Full Story
10-20-2000 FIVE BARD ALUMNI/AE POETS WILL READ AS PART OF THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 Full Story
10-19-2000 WORKS BY RICHARD STRAUSS AND BRAHMS TO BE PERFORMED BY THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
10-18-2000 DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS AT BARD PRESENT LEAFY SPEAFING: A MUSICAL REMEMBRANCE OF STEPHEN ALBERT
Concert includes two world premiere performances Full Story
10-18-2000 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST OCTOBER 30 TALK EXPLORING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION IN CHINA Chris Coggins, a Geographer Based at Simon’s Rock College of Bard, will present "The Tiger and the Pangolin," a Discussion and slide Show of Environmental Conservation Effo Full Story
10-17-2000 IMPACTS OF THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT WILL BE THE FOCUS ON NOVEMBER 7 OF BARD-ROCKEFELLER INAUGURAL LECTURE Arnold J. Levine, a Pioneer in the Fight Against Cancer, will discuss "Cracking the Code of Life: Impacts of the Human Genome Project" Full Story
10-10-2000 JULIA BUTTERFLY HILL, TREE-SITTING ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 "It is not a matter of whether or not we can make a difference, but that each and every one of us do make a difference."—Julia Butterfly Hill Full Story
10-09-2000 "SENATOR LIEBERMAN AND THE DEBATE OVER RELIGION AND POLITICS" WILL BE THE TOPIC OF A PANEL DISCUSSION AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 23 Full Story
10-09-2000 PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALUMNUS SETH RUBIN WILL BE EXHIBITED AT WOODS STUDIO, BARD COLLEGE His exhibition, A night landscape, will be on view at Woods Studio gallery from Thursday, October 19, through Saturday, November 18 Full Story
10-09-2000 "JEWISH ORIGINS OF THE EUCHARIST OR MASS" TOPIC OF TALKS BY REV. DR. BRUCE CHILTON Talks will be given in Middletown and Fishkill, New York Full Story
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