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Introducing Bates March Mania

Introducing Bates March Mania

Bates College takes on Colby, Conn College and Trinity to see who captures the most gifts from alums in the classes of ’03-’12. Give now …

The Stanford Graduate Program in Journalism

The Stanford Graduate Program in Journalism

Stanford University’s Graduate Program in Journalism has a rich, century-long history and is actively engaged with next-generation media technologies. Located in the technological heart of …

Journalists on Journalism: John Harris (Politico) and Susan Davis (National Journal)

Journalists on Journalism: John Harris (Politico) and Susan Davis (National Journal)

Editor in Chief of Politico, John Harris and National Journal Congressional Correspondent, Susan Davis, discuss journalism in Washington with Stanford students. Published originally on┬áJournalism@Stanford. Dan Bohm …

KQED editor and author Tyche Hendricks on journalism and covering the US-Mexico border (Podcast)

KQED editor and author Tyche Hendricks on journalism and covering the US-Mexico border (Podcast)

As part of the ‘Journalists on Journalism’ series presented by the Stanford Graduate Program in Journalism, current editor for KQED Radio’s “California Report” and author of the recently released book “The Wind Doesn’t Need a Passport,” Tyche Hendricks, discusses her career, the state of professional journalism and issues on the US-Mexico border.

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Bates College Class of 2010 Senior Gift

Bates College Class of 2010 Senior Gift

The Senior Gift serves as an opportunity for the Class of 2010 to make its first philanthropic mark on the College. By making a gift to Bates through the Bates Fund, we join Bates alumni, parents, and friends in providing the essential financial support Bates needs. Scholarships and financial aid, faculty excellence, student life, athletics, academic programs, the library, and Bates commitment to sustainability are all made possible through our giving.

Guest artists visit Bates College for gamelan, puppetry

Guest artists visit Bates College for gamelan, puppetry

The Bates College Gamelan Orchestra, joined by Indonesian puppeteer Apep Sobani and by composer Wahyu Roche, performs at 8 p.m. March 13 in the Olin Arts Center Concert Hall. The program includes listening music, featuring compositions written for the Bates ensemble by Roche, and a performance of the Indonesian puppetry style called “wayang golek,” which employs three-dimensional figures controlled with wooden rods.

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