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Bard Student Samantha Simon ’26 Included in National Humanities Center’s 2023–24 Leadership Council
Samantha Simon ’26, a Bard student majoring in art history and visual culture, has been named as one of the members of the National Humanities Center’s 2023–24 Leadership Council. As a member of the council, which was established to help prepare a select group of students with humanities-based leadership skills, Simon will join 31 other students from around the US in a unique series of interactive experiences with humanities scholars and leaders.
BHSEC DC Student Offered Paid College Tuition by Former NBA Star Magic Johnson, the Washington Post Writes
Jordan Williams, a student journalist and junior at Bard High School Early College DC, was offered paid college tuition by Magic Johnson after asking the former NBA star a question at a news conference, the Washington Post writes.
“Shaping the Future” Conference Hosted by TEDxBard College on September 30
Bard College is hosting its first independently organized TEDxBard College conference, “Shaping the Future,” a day-long event featuring insightful talks from students, faculty, alumni/ae, and members of the broader Bard community. The student-run conference considers how the advancements of the modern age have shaped and will continue to influence human progress across various disciplines, including technology, science, art, politics, and culture.