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September 2017

09-18-2017 The Orchestra Now (TŌN) Opens 2017-18 Fisher Center Series at Bard College
 
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09-12-2017 The Orchestra Now  (TŌN) Opens New York City Fall Season at Lincoln Center with Rubinstein and Sibelius Led by Neeme Järvi and a Free Concert at Cooper Union as Part of the Around Town Series

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09-12-2017 Award-Winning Poet, Journalist, and Miles Davis Biographer Quincy Troupe to Read at Bard College on Monday, September 25
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09-06-2017 Hannah Arendt Center at Bard College Hosts Tenth Annual International Conference on Crises of Democracy, October 12–13
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09-04-2017 The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College and Upstate Films Present Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo 
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August 2017

08-31-2017 Bard's Fisher Center Presents an Outstanding Season of Music, Dance, and Theater Productions Full Story
08-31-2017 Bard College Students Telo Hoy ’19 and Meagan Kenney ’19 Awarded U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to Study Abroad
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08-30-2017 Live Arts Bard Presents the World Premiere of Sarah Michelson's September 2017/
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08-25-2017 Bard College Now Accepting Applications for Free College Course in the Humanities in Kingston, New York
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08-23-2017 Live Arts Bard Presents the World Premiere of Sarah Michelson's September 2017/| Full Story
08-22-2017 Bard College Receives Three-Year Grant from NYSDEC to Hire Goats to Help Clear Invasive Plant Overgrowth from Historic Blithewood Manor Landscape
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08-15-2017 Northern Dutchess NAACP Honors Mariel Fiori ’05, Cofounder and Managing Editor of Bard College-Sponsored La Voz, Cultura y Noticias Hispanas del Valle de Hudson
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08-04-2017 Bard College Religion Professor Richard H. Davis Awarded $91,328 National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
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July 2017

07-28-2017 Bard College Launches New Master in Environmental Education Program
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07-26-2017 Galit Eilat Selected as 2017-2018 Keith Haring Fellow in Art and Activism at Bard College 
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