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One of Mainebiz’s 2018 Women to Watch! #batescollege #presidentspencer @batescollege #strongwomen #fearlessleader
In case you missed it: President Clayton Spencer has been named one of Mainebiz's 2018 Women to Watch!
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The popular Maine business publication highlighted Spencer's efforts in leading Bates' $300 million capital campaign as well as her role in developing the college's innovative Purposeful Work program, which helps students find careers with meaning.
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See the link in our bio to read the full story. (Mainebiz photograph by Tim Greenway) #batescollege #maine #leadership #business #purposefulwork
In case you missed it: President Clayton Spencer has been named one of Mainebiz's 2018 Women to Watch! . The popular Maine business publication highlighted Spencer's efforts in leading Bates' $300 million capital campaign as well as her role in developing the college's innovative Purposeful Work program, which helps students find careers with meaning. . See the link in our bio to read the full story. (Mainebiz photograph by Tim Greenway) #batescollege  #maine  #leadership  #business  #purposefulwork 
Dahlov Ipcar: Blue Moons and Menageries at Bates College. Blog Post➡️Link in Bio
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#batescollege #dahlovipcar #olinartscenter #blue #bluemoon #menageries #artgallery #artshow #modernartists #arthistory #maine #maineblogger #artistsofinstagram #culture #fineart #georgetown #georgetownmaine #midcoastmaine
Imagine yourself seated somewhere here, studying, in a few weeks. Ladd Library awaits you. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #laddlibrary #study #college #library #maine
The Final Jeopardy category for my episode last year was “French Cities.” For as long as I live I’ll never forget that Dunkirk is the city in the Départment du Nord that means “the church of the dunes” in Flemish. I couldn’t think of anything, so I wrote “Bordeaux” and ended up in second place. 
At my farewell party in Maine in May, my Bates colleague (and frequent tennis partner)  Dennis brought a bottle of wine as a present. “Just so you always remember,” he said with a wink as he showed me the label. 
I’m keeping this bottle in my office to remind myself that I don’t know squat. And you know what the best part is? The wine is a Bordeaux.
The Final Jeopardy category for my episode last year was “French Cities.” For as long as I live I’ll never forget that Dunkirk is the city in the Départment du Nord that means “the church of the dunes” in Flemish. I couldn’t think of anything, so I wrote “Bordeaux” and ended up in second place. At my farewell party in Maine in May, my Bates colleague (and frequent tennis partner) Dennis brought a bottle of wine as a present. “Just so you always remember,” he said with a wink as he showed me the label. I’m keeping this bottle in my office to remind myself that I don’t know squat. And you know what the best part is? The wine is a Bordeaux.
Navy Capt. J.J. Cummings ’89 has just taken on a huge job: command of the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford. Commissioned last year, it’s a brand-new class of aircraft carrier — the Navy’s first new design in 40 years — and the largest carrier in the world.
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On Friday, August 10, Cummings took command during the tradition-rich change-of-command ceremony at Naval Air Station Norfolk in Virginia on Friday morning.
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As a Bates first-year, Cummings enlisted in the Navy Reserves. By the mid-1990s, he was an F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot, completing hundreds of combat missions after 9/11.
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To train for service aboard nuclear-powered ships, he was selected for the Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Program in 2010, then served as the executive officer of the USS Nimitz. Most recently, he commanded the USS Anchorage.
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(Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Pankau) #batescollege #batesalumni #quote #usnavy #service #aircraftcarrier #military #unitedstates
Navy Capt. J.J. Cummings ’89 has just taken on a huge job: command of the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford. Commissioned last year, it’s a brand-new class of aircraft carrier — the Navy’s first new design in 40 years — and the largest carrier in the world. . On Friday, August 10, Cummings took command during the tradition-rich change-of-command ceremony at Naval Air Station Norfolk in Virginia on Friday morning. . As a Bates first-year, Cummings enlisted in the Navy Reserves. By the mid-1990s, he was an F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot, completing hundreds of combat missions after 9/11. . To train for service aboard nuclear-powered ships, he was selected for the Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Program in 2010, then served as the executive officer of the USS Nimitz. Most recently, he commanded the USS Anchorage. . (Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Pankau) #batescollege  #batesalumni  #quote  #usnavy  #service  #aircraftcarrier  #military  #unitedstates 
10 Frye, where the magic happened
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#batescollege #bates #lewiston #maine #reunited
Getting to be that time of year... Delivered 3 flavors @batescollege Bobcat Den. Espresso Ganache, Classic Mainah! Double Chocolate, and Coconut Almond Brownies.
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#espresso #ganache #classicmainahs #doublechocolate #coconut #almond #brownies #chocolate #dessert #treat #snack #justbecause #eeeeeats #yum #batescollege #gobobcats
"The most gratifying part of this internship has been to remind me why I love museums and the importance of advocating for the arts."
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— Samantha Fellers '19, an art and visual culture major from Mendham, N.J., on the value of her Purposeful Work internship at the Solomon J. Guggenheim Museum @guggenheim in New York City.
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"I chose this internship solely for the Guggenheim: It’s my favorite museum in New York City,” she says. “I wanted to see the ins and outs of its daily operation."
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At the museum, she has worked with the development and advancement teams to foster engagement with the museum's membership base.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #guggenheim #guggenheimmuseum #arts #internship #museum #purposefulwork
"The most gratifying part of this internship has been to remind me why I love museums and the importance of advocating for the arts." . — Samantha Fellers '19, an art and visual culture major from Mendham, N.J., on the value of her Purposeful Work internship at the Solomon J. Guggenheim Museum @guggenheim in New York City. . "I chose this internship solely for the Guggenheim: It’s my favorite museum in New York City,” she says. “I wanted to see the ins and outs of its daily operation." . At the museum, she has worked with the development and advancement teams to foster engagement with the museum's membership base. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #guggenheim  #guggenheimmuseum  #arts  #internship  #museum  #purposefulwork 
Walking through #batescollege yesterday. Penny was walking the lines on the field and stopped at the corner. She said “that looks like P for Pennapee!” #mombrag you impress me everyday little one!
Walking through #batescollege  yesterday. Penny was walking the lines on the field and stopped at the corner. She said “that looks like P for Pennapee!” #mombrag  you impress me everyday little one!
Signs of ongoing on-and-off campus improvements dot Bates and its Lewiston neighborhood. Seen here: Whittier House on Campus Avenue. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #construction #improvement #summer #progress #lewiston #maine
Yellow coneflowers frame the Class of 1999 ivy stone on the Campus Avenue exterior of Carnegie Science. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #flowers #plantlife #ivystone #alumni #lewiston #maine
This apparatus is erected here in memory of Dale Hatch, Bates College, Class of 1966, who drowned May 12, 1963.

Dale dove into the surf that day to save the life of another swimmer in peril, Steve Quattropani. Dale became exhausted and drowned but fellow rescuer Daniel Elwood Stockwell managed to save Quattropani. Dale Hatch gave his life trying to save another. And for that, he is a hero.
This apparatus is erected here in memory of Dale Hatch, Bates College, Class of 1966, who drowned May 12, 1963. Dale dove into the surf that day to save the life of another swimmer in peril, Steve Quattropani. Dale became exhausted and drowned but fellow rescuer Daniel Elwood Stockwell managed to save Quattropani. Dale Hatch gave his life trying to save another. And for that, he is a hero.
“I’m seeing that the finance industry is in for a change. It’s really exciting.”
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— Maya Church ’20, a gender and sexuality studies major from Atlanta, as she meets with Bruce Goldfarb P’20, president and CEO of Okapi Partners LLC, in the firm’s New York City office, where she’s wrapping up a Purposeful Work internship in investor relations and strategic communications.
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Church never imagined that she would work in the field of finance, but in the spirit of Bates’ Purposeful Work program — where students test out and then reflect on career experiences — the internship has fueled surprising interest. “More people in finance care about addressing social issues,” she says. “They realize they must to ensure the success of their enterprises.”
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At Okapi, a specialty advisory firm with insight into how investors respond and make voting decisions, Church has examined employee diversity initiatives created by companies and hedge funds, considering the changing ways that firms look at and define diversity.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #purposefulwork #finance #diversity #internship
“I’m seeing that the finance industry is in for a change. It’s really exciting.” . — Maya Church ’20, a gender and sexuality studies major from Atlanta, as she meets with Bruce Goldfarb P’20, president and CEO of Okapi Partners LLC, in the firm’s New York City office, where she’s wrapping up a Purposeful Work internship in investor relations and strategic communications. . Church never imagined that she would work in the field of finance, but in the spirit of Bates’ Purposeful Work program — where students test out and then reflect on career experiences — the internship has fueled surprising interest. “More people in finance care about addressing social issues,” she says. “They realize they must to ensure the success of their enterprises.” . At Okapi, a specialty advisory firm with insight into how investors respond and make voting decisions, Church has examined employee diversity initiatives created by companies and hedge funds, considering the changing ways that firms look at and define diversity. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #purposefulwork  #finance  #diversity  #internship 
It’s all in the details: a closeup of historic Hathorn Hall, the campus’ landmark academic building. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #historicalbuilding #architecture #corinthian #columns #lewiston #maine
“It was rewarding to start as a kind of blank slate and work my way to where I am now.”
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— Ben Lyons ’19, an economics major from San Rafael, Calif., posing in front of the dramatic Nasdaq MarketSite overlooking New York City’s Times Square.
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Lyons is concluding a 10-week Purposeful Work internship at Nasdaq Private Market with the company’s head, Eric Folkemer ’02.
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Working on a long-term project under the guidance of Nasdaq Private Market staff, Lyons has gained practical understanding of data analysis, financial documents, and Nasdaq trading and technology. In the spirit of Purposeful Work, the experience has helped Lyons both explore and refine his interest in finance. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #purposefulwork #nasdaq #finance #internship
“It was rewarding to start as a kind of blank slate and work my way to where I am now.” . — Ben Lyons ’19, an economics major from San Rafael, Calif., posing in front of the dramatic Nasdaq MarketSite overlooking New York City’s Times Square. . Lyons is concluding a 10-week Purposeful Work internship at Nasdaq Private Market with the company’s head, Eric Folkemer ’02. . Working on a long-term project under the guidance of Nasdaq Private Market staff, Lyons has gained practical understanding of data analysis, financial documents, and Nasdaq trading and technology. In the spirit of Purposeful Work, the experience has helped Lyons both explore and refine his interest in finance. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #purposefulwork  #nasdaq  #finance  #internship 
These two are living their best lives with Auntie Jenny. 
#summer #godmother #icecream #casamagovern #besties #bates #batescollege #beverlyfarms #yum #vacation #lucky #grateful
New friends from #BatesCollege - enjoying our #Jumpsuit - Supersoft #Seersucker #NaturalIndigoDye stripes #MadeinMaine Fabric sourced from Japan 🕺🏿
Marcy Plavin was born in Brooklyn, N.Y and moved to Maine after marrying her husband Leonard, in 1953. She started teaching dance at the Y in Auburn, which led to a position at Bates College, in 1965, where she started to build the dance program. In 1969, Marcy founded the Bates College Modern Dance Company, which produced and performed multiple dance concerts under her direction and became a haven for Bates dancers. In 1983, Marcy founded the internationally renowned Bates College Dance Festival, at which world class dancers teach college-age students and adults, for three weeks during the summer. In 2000, Marcy and her dance alums funded the Marcy Plavin Dance Award, an annual scholarship award for a deserving Bates College senior. From 2004-2014, Marcy served as one of two faculty marshals for academic events, reflecting the Bates faculty's regard for her. Also in 2004, collected gifts from alums, family and friends funded the construction of the "Marcy Plavin Dance Studios," also at Bates. Although Marcy retired in 2005, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the college's alumni, service, leadership, and honor organization, the College Key, in 2009. She organized multiple Bates Dance reunions, attended by over 100 devoted alums. She also created a short-term course, offered from April-June, in which her students presented dance programs to area school children, with upwards of 4,000 children getting their initial exposure to modern dance. Marcy died at age 84 in 2016. The Bates Dance Festival just finished its 35th season, continuing to welcome dancers from across the country and around the world. #jewishmaine #batescollege #batesdancefestival #marcyplavin
Marcy Plavin was born in Brooklyn, N.Y and moved to Maine after marrying her husband Leonard, in 1953. She started teaching dance at the Y in Auburn, which led to a position at Bates College, in 1965, where she started to build the dance program. In 1969, Marcy founded the Bates College Modern Dance Company, which produced and performed multiple dance concerts under her direction and became a haven for Bates dancers. In 1983, Marcy founded the internationally renowned Bates College Dance Festival, at which world class dancers teach college-age students and adults, for three weeks during the summer. In 2000, Marcy and her dance alums funded the Marcy Plavin Dance Award, an annual scholarship award for a deserving Bates College senior. From 2004-2014, Marcy served as one of two faculty marshals for academic events, reflecting the Bates faculty's regard for her. Also in 2004, collected gifts from alums, family and friends funded the construction of the "Marcy Plavin Dance Studios," also at Bates. Although Marcy retired in 2005, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the college's alumni, service, leadership, and honor organization, the College Key, in 2009. She organized multiple Bates Dance reunions, attended by over 100 devoted alums. She also created a short-term course, offered from April-June, in which her students presented dance programs to area school children, with upwards of 4,000 children getting their initial exposure to modern dance. Marcy died at age 84 in 2016. The Bates Dance Festival just finished its 35th season, continuing to welcome dancers from across the country and around the world. #jewishmaine  #batescollege  #batesdancefestival  #marcyplavin 
Bridget Tweedie '21 of Brownfield, Maine, and Ross Ackerman ’19 of Houston have spent summer 2018 in the Carnegie 314 research laboratory of Professor of Biology Don Dearborn, where the three have studied the avian immune system of Leach’s storm-petrels (Avian Major Histocompatibility Complex).
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Their research is supported by a major grant from the INBRE (IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, an NIH program). Bates makes these funds available to faculty and students for the pursuit of research in the sciences.
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INBRE grants support research in cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience with preference given to projects focused on functional genomics.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #stem #birds #avian #biology #lab #lewiston #maine #collaboration #research #summer
Bridget Tweedie '21 of Brownfield, Maine, and Ross Ackerman ’19 of Houston have spent summer 2018 in the Carnegie 314 research laboratory of Professor of Biology Don Dearborn, where the three have studied the avian immune system of Leach’s storm-petrels (Avian Major Histocompatibility Complex). . Their research is supported by a major grant from the INBRE (IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, an NIH program). Bates makes these funds available to faculty and students for the pursuit of research in the sciences. . INBRE grants support research in cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience with preference given to projects focused on functional genomics. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #stem  #birds  #avian  #biology  #lab  #lewiston  #maine  #collaboration  #research  #summer 
Michaela Pinette '19 of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, helps Walter Golet of the University of Maine School of Marine Sciences and the Gulf of Maine Research Institute weigh the gills, stomach, and other organs of a bluefin tuna caught Friday, Aug. 4 during a fishing tournament in South Portland, Maine.
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As an intern at the GMRI through Bates’ Purposeful Work initiative, Pinette analyzes the stomach contents and the tuna’s otolith, similar to an earbone. The data helps the institute understand the behavior and environments of individual tuna.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #research #stem #tuna #purposefulwork #internship #maine
Michaela Pinette '19 of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, helps Walter Golet of the University of Maine School of Marine Sciences and the Gulf of Maine Research Institute weigh the gills, stomach, and other organs of a bluefin tuna caught Friday, Aug. 4 during a fishing tournament in South Portland, Maine. . As an intern at the GMRI through Bates’ Purposeful Work initiative, Pinette analyzes the stomach contents and the tuna’s otolith, similar to an earbone. The data helps the institute understand the behavior and environments of individual tuna. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #research  #stem  #tuna  #purposefulwork  #internship  #maine 
To wrap up the 2018 Futures Championships, here are a few shout outs to the swimmers that represented CCSC down in Virginia this weekend!
🏅Tessa Mock finished 5th place in the 1500 Meter FR
🏅Maddie King finished 18th in the 200 Meter IM
🎓Bridget Birmgham (Boston University), Michelle Guo (Brown University), and Jack Johnson (Bates College) are now officially CCSC alumni!! Congrats guys!💙🧡
#bostonuniversity #brownuniversity #batescollege #futureschampionships
To wrap up the 2018 Futures Championships, here are a few shout outs to the swimmers that represented CCSC down in Virginia this weekend! 🏅Tessa Mock finished 5th place in the 1500 Meter FR 🏅Maddie King finished 18th in the 200 Meter IM 🎓Bridget Birmgham (Boston University), Michelle Guo (Brown University), and Jack Johnson (Bates College) are now officially CCSC alumni!! Congrats guys!💙🧡 #bostonuniversity  #brownuniversity  #batescollege  #futureschampionships 
A summer’s day in front of Parker Hall.
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Walk out your door to the quintessential view of the Quad with its beautiful fall foliage or ice-frosted trees. From this residence of 143 students of all class years, you can leave your room at the sound of the Hathorn bell and still be on time for class!
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #residence #maine
A summer’s day in front of Parker Hall. . Walk out your door to the quintessential view of the Quad with its beautiful fall foliage or ice-frosted trees. From this residence of 143 students of all class years, you can leave your room at the sound of the Hathorn bell and still be on time for class! . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #summer  #residence  #maine 
I’m gonna miss this place! Cheney House and my new friends 💛🇺🇸 #batescollege #bdf2018 #batesdancefestival #youthartsprogram #dancer #intern #summer #travel
After intermittent rainstorms, details from a moistened Historic Quad.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #damp #moisture #verdant #summer #lewiston #maine
Morgan Dewdney ’19 of Meriden, N.H., Alexia Sahue ’19 of Abidjan, Côte D'Ivoire, and Michael Somma ’19 of Colts Neck, N.J., take a moment from their Purposeful Work internships at Analysis Group to pose for a photo.
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Founded by Bates alumnus Bruce Stangle ’70, the firm provides economic and financial analyses for large companies and agencies, often in litigation cases. For example, a current project involves helping distributors and manufacturers of opioid-based medications identify theft and abuse.
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When it comes to applying academic skills learned at Bates in a real-world setting for “clients working on real cases, there's really no better outlet than a place like Analysis Group," says Somma.
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Sahue values the firm’s culture: “People are interested in knowing my story, where I was coming from, what my dreams were, and how I will be a best fit at AG.” And Dewdney has been struck by “the collaborative nature of the work. That’s something that I'll remember and take away with me.”
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(Theophil Syslo/Bates College) #batescollege #purposefulwork #finance #economic #internship
Morgan Dewdney ’19 of Meriden, N.H., Alexia Sahue ’19 of Abidjan, Côte D'Ivoire, and Michael Somma ’19 of Colts Neck, N.J., take a moment from their Purposeful Work internships at Analysis Group to pose for a photo. . Founded by Bates alumnus Bruce Stangle ’70, the firm provides economic and financial analyses for large companies and agencies, often in litigation cases. For example, a current project involves helping distributors and manufacturers of opioid-based medications identify theft and abuse. . When it comes to applying academic skills learned at Bates in a real-world setting for “clients working on real cases, there's really no better outlet than a place like Analysis Group," says Somma. . Sahue values the firm’s culture: “People are interested in knowing my story, where I was coming from, what my dreams were, and how I will be a best fit at AG.” And Dewdney has been struck by “the collaborative nature of the work. That’s something that I'll remember and take away with me.” . (Theophil Syslo/Bates College) #batescollege  #purposefulwork  #finance  #economic  #internship 
Bates College campus tour & interview ✅ @runningdoc62 and Jack made the long trip to Lewiston, Maine to visit this small, private, highly competitive and beautiful liberal arts college remarkable for many things including being the first coed college in New England, the first in the area to award an undergraduate degree to a woman and for being a vanguard in admitting minority students before the Emancipation Proclamation 🙌🏻👌🏾👫📚 Jack was so impressed when he spoke with a Bates college representative at the Bronx Science Open House that he decided to visit the school and was very, very impressed! 😊😊😊 This journey towards college has been full of many wonderful experiences & it’s clear that there are so very many incredible institutions of higher learning out there! 
#batescollege #liberalarts #undergraduate #college #aimhigh #education #knowledgeispower #collegejourney
Bates College campus tour & interview ✅ @runningdoc62 and Jack made the long trip to Lewiston, Maine to visit this small, private, highly competitive and beautiful liberal arts college remarkable for many things including being the first coed college in New England, the first in the area to award an undergraduate degree to a woman and for being a vanguard in admitting minority students before the Emancipation Proclamation 🙌🏻👌🏾👫📚 Jack was so impressed when he spoke with a Bates college representative at the Bronx Science Open House that he decided to visit the school and was very, very impressed! 😊😊😊 This journey towards college has been full of many wonderful experiences & it’s clear that there are so very many incredible institutions of higher learning out there! #batescollege  #liberalarts  #undergraduate  #college  #aimhigh  #education  #knowledgeispower  #collegejourney 
So proud of this woman. Theater goddess + math major. ・・
“Everyone manages stress differently.”
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— Kirstin Koepnick ’21 of Nashville, Tenn., about to declare as a mathematics major, describes the most interesting thing she’s learned about people after spending the summer as a tech intern for the Bates Dance Festival.
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She posed in the theater department’s fabrication shop this morning after she helped to strike a set in Schaeffer Theatre. The @batesdancefestival concludes this week.
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Koepnick has enjoyed meeting members of the different dance companies and “finding how everyone sets up and runs their shows and works together to create a piece in three days.” Her position was funded by Purposeful Work.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #purposefulwork #arts #dance #batesdancefestival #tech #maine #beingsofbates
So proud of this woman. Theater goddess + math major. ・・ “Everyone manages stress differently.” . — Kirstin Koepnick ’21 of Nashville, Tenn., about to declare as a mathematics major, describes the most interesting thing she’s learned about people after spending the summer as a tech intern for the Bates Dance Festival. . She posed in the theater department’s fabrication shop this morning after she helped to strike a set in Schaeffer Theatre. The @batesdancefestival concludes this week. . Koepnick has enjoyed meeting members of the different dance companies and “finding how everyone sets up and runs their shows and works together to create a piece in three days.” Her position was funded by Purposeful Work. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #purposefulwork  #arts  #dance  #batesdancefestival  #tech  #maine  #beingsofbates 
“Everyone manages stress differently.”
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— Kirstin Koepnick ’21 of Nashville, Tenn., about to declare as a mathematics major, describes the most interesting thing she’s learned about people after spending the summer as a tech intern for the Bates Dance Festival.
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She posed in the theater department’s fabrication shop this morning after she helped to strike a set in Schaeffer Theatre. The @batesdancefestival concludes this week.
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Koepnick has enjoyed meeting members of the different dance companies and “finding how everyone sets up and runs their shows and works together to create a piece in three days.” Her position was funded by Purposeful Work.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #purposefulwork #arts #dance #batesdancefestival #tech #maine #beingsofbates
“Everyone manages stress differently.” . — Kirstin Koepnick ’21 of Nashville, Tenn., about to declare as a mathematics major, describes the most interesting thing she’s learned about people after spending the summer as a tech intern for the Bates Dance Festival. . She posed in the theater department’s fabrication shop this morning after she helped to strike a set in Schaeffer Theatre. The @batesdancefestival concludes this week. . Koepnick has enjoyed meeting members of the different dance companies and “finding how everyone sets up and runs their shows and works together to create a piece in three days.” Her position was funded by Purposeful Work. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #purposefulwork  #arts  #dance  #batesdancefestival  #tech  #maine  #beingsofbates 
NEW @ Post & Print removable wall fabric. See us for more information! #batescollege #walldecor #customwallart #bates2022 #bates
Full band show tonight on the quad at Bates College in Lewiston! Free and open to the public. We hit at 6:30! #batescollege #maine
Full band show tonight on the quad at Bates College in Lewiston! Free and open to the public. We hit at 6:30! #batescollege  #maine 
Are you interested in Bates College? Do you know all the facts? 
Check out this breakdown of must know fact from Bates College in Maine!
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Bates College's most popular majors are Social Sciences; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Psychology; English Language and Literature/Letters; and Mathematics and Statistics.
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If you're interested in any of these majors you should check out Bates!
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Are you interested in Bates College? Do you know all the facts? Check out this breakdown of must know fact from Bates College in Maine! 🎓 Bates College's most popular majors are Social Sciences; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Psychology; English Language and Literature/Letters; and Mathematics and Statistics. 🎓 If you're interested in any of these majors you should check out Bates! Tag any students that may be interested! - #batescollege  #liberalartscollege 
The “schoolmaster of the civil rights movement” — Benjamin Elijah Mays, Bates Class of 1920 — was born today, Aug. 1, in 1894.
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Mays inspired and challenged generations of African American leaders to develop their “intellectual talents and calibrate their ethical compass in order to challenge injustice,” wrote biographer Randal Jelks. The longtime president of Morehouse College, he was a pivotal mentor and lifelong friend of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who called Mays “my spiritual mentor and my intellectual father.”
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Each and every day here at Bates, the inspiring life of Benjamin Elijah Mays, Bates Class of 1920, offers us undeniable proof of the emancipating power of education. (Photograph courtesy of Bates College Edmund S. Muskie Archives)
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#batescollege #benjaminmays #benmays #civilrights #leader #quote #blackandwhite #onthisday #thisdayinhistory
The “schoolmaster of the civil rights movement” — Benjamin Elijah Mays, Bates Class of 1920 — was born today, Aug. 1, in 1894. . Mays inspired and challenged generations of African American leaders to develop their “intellectual talents and calibrate their ethical compass in order to challenge injustice,” wrote biographer Randal Jelks. The longtime president of Morehouse College, he was a pivotal mentor and lifelong friend of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who called Mays “my spiritual mentor and my intellectual father.” . Each and every day here at Bates, the inspiring life of Benjamin Elijah Mays, Bates Class of 1920, offers us undeniable proof of the emancipating power of education. (Photograph courtesy of Bates College Edmund S. Muskie Archives) . #batescollege  #benjaminmays  #benmays  #civilrights  #leader  #quote  #blackandwhite  #onthisday  #thisdayinhistory 
“…unbelievably responsible and engaged for his age… he has become a great leader at Tree Street with other kids and his younger siblings.”
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Anthropology major Eliot Chalfin-Smith ’21 of Gainesville, Fla., describes Adolphe, 12, a participant in the Lewiston Youth Summer Bike Program that Chalfin-Smith has helped to found in his summer internship funded by the Harward Center for Community Partnerships and the Maine Cycling Club.
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Chalfin-Smith reports that Adolphe “has shown up nearly every day to the program eager to learn more about fixing bikes and is already showing his great knack for anything mechanical.”
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Partnering with Rainbow Bikes, the Lewiston Public Library, Tree Street Youth and the Maine Cycling Club, Chalfin-Smith has launched a program designed to empower youth by teaching them bicycle repair as well as technical and safety skills.
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“This experience has reaffirmed my belief that the best way to learn and develop is to dive all in, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best," Chalfin-Smith says.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #bicycle  #summer #internship #leadership #youth #lewiston #maine
“…unbelievably responsible and engaged for his age… he has become a great leader at Tree Street with other kids and his younger siblings.” . Anthropology major Eliot Chalfin-Smith ’21 of Gainesville, Fla., describes Adolphe, 12, a participant in the Lewiston Youth Summer Bike Program that Chalfin-Smith has helped to found in his summer internship funded by the Harward Center for Community Partnerships and the Maine Cycling Club. . Chalfin-Smith reports that Adolphe “has shown up nearly every day to the program eager to learn more about fixing bikes and is already showing his great knack for anything mechanical.” . Partnering with Rainbow Bikes, the Lewiston Public Library, Tree Street Youth and the Maine Cycling Club, Chalfin-Smith has launched a program designed to empower youth by teaching them bicycle repair as well as technical and safety skills. . “This experience has reaffirmed my belief that the best way to learn and develop is to dive all in, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best," Chalfin-Smith says. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #bicycle  #summer  #internship  #leadership  #youth  #lewiston  #maine 
A  lush green view of the Historic Quad at Bates College late this afternoon celebrates the month of July.
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Every July 31, Professor of French and Francophone Studies Kirk Read sends out a campuswide email in which he eulogizes July and laments the brevity of summer.
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"My perennial plea for unending July may never be realized as fully as we'd like," he wrote today.
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“July 32, live the dream," he said in 2015.
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As we anticipate the return of students a few weeks from now, here’s to the great summer month of August.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #july31 #august #maine
A lush green view of the Historic Quad at Bates College late this afternoon celebrates the month of July. . Every July 31, Professor of French and Francophone Studies Kirk Read sends out a campuswide email in which he eulogizes July and laments the brevity of summer. . "My perennial plea for unending July may never be realized as fully as we'd like," he wrote today. . “July 32, live the dream," he said in 2015. . As we anticipate the return of students a few weeks from now, here’s to the great summer month of August. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #summer  #july31  #august  #maine 
A  lush green view of the Historic Quad late this afternoon celebrates the month of July.
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Every July 31, Professor of French and Francophone Studies Kirk Read sends out a campuswide email in which he eulogizes July and laments the brevity of summer.
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"My perennial plea for unending July may never be realized as fully as we'd like," he wrote today. "July 32, live the dream," he said in 2015.
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As we anticipate the return of students a few weeks from now, here's to the great summer month of August.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #july31 #august #maine
A lush green view of the Historic Quad late this afternoon celebrates the month of July. . Every July 31, Professor of French and Francophone Studies Kirk Read sends out a campuswide email in which he eulogizes July and laments the brevity of summer. . "My perennial plea for unending July may never be realized as fully as we'd like," he wrote today. "July 32, live the dream," he said in 2015. . As we anticipate the return of students a few weeks from now, here's to the great summer month of August. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #summer  #july31  #august  #maine 
We would like to congratulate the latest graduates from Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program (BGIA), including our wonderful intern Fabian Miemietz. We look forward to the wonderful accomplishments as they head towards a bright future. Thank you for all of the great work you have done here at NVI-NY, Fabian!
We would like to congratulate the latest graduates from Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program (BGIA), including our wonderful intern Fabian Miemietz. We look forward to the wonderful accomplishments as they head towards a bright future. Thank you for all of the great work you have done here at NVI-NY, Fabian!
#Repost @batescollege with @get_repost
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Look who we found!
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Bates head rowing coach Peter Steenstra is featured in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated in its “Faces in the Crowd” section, which hit newsstands today, July 30, 2018.
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Steenstra was nominated and selected for leading the Bobcat women’s eight to its second consecutive Division III championship and its third in the last four years.
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Congratulations, Coach Steenstra! (Phyllis Graber Jensen / Bates College) 
#batescollege #rowing #sportsillustrated #facesinthecrowd #d3row #nescac
#Repost  @batescollege with @get_repost ・・・ Look who we found! . Bates head rowing coach Peter Steenstra is featured in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated in its “Faces in the Crowd” section, which hit newsstands today, July 30, 2018. . Steenstra was nominated and selected for leading the Bobcat women’s eight to its second consecutive Division III championship and its third in the last four years. . Congratulations, Coach Steenstra! (Phyllis Graber Jensen / Bates College) #batescollege  #rowing  #sportsillustrated  #facesinthecrowd  #d3row  #nescac 
Look who we found!
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Bates head rowing coach Peter Steenstra is featured in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated in its “Faces in the Crowd” section, which hit newsstands today, July 30, 2018.
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Steenstra was nominated and selected for leading the Bobcat women’s eight to its second consecutive Division III championship and its third in the last four years.
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Congratulations, Coach Steenstra! (Phyllis Graber Jensen / Bates College) 
#batescollege #rowing #sportsillustrated #facesinthecrowd #d3row #nescac
Look who we found! . Bates head rowing coach Peter Steenstra is featured in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated in its “Faces in the Crowd” section, which hit newsstands today, July 30, 2018. . Steenstra was nominated and selected for leading the Bobcat women’s eight to its second consecutive Division III championship and its third in the last four years. . Congratulations, Coach Steenstra! (Phyllis Graber Jensen / Bates College) #batescollege  #rowing  #sportsillustrated  #facesinthecrowd  #d3row  #nescac 
A summer portrait of Hathorn Hall:
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Completed in 1857, it’s Bates’ first building, as well as one of Lewistons 21 locations on the National Register of Historic Places. It is named for Seth and Mary Hathorn of Woolwich, whose several donations made its construction possible.
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Including housing both the Math and English Departments, Hathorn Hall also boasts the iconic bell at the top of its Tower which rings at the beginning of each day and can be heard all throughout campus.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/ Bates College) #batescollege #historic #architecture #lewiston #maine
A summer portrait of Hathorn Hall: . Completed in 1857, it’s Bates’ first building, as well as one of Lewistons 21 locations on the National Register of Historic Places. It is named for Seth and Mary Hathorn of Woolwich, whose several donations made its construction possible. . Including housing both the Math and English Departments, Hathorn Hall also boasts the iconic bell at the top of its Tower which rings at the beginning of each day and can be heard all throughout campus. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/ Bates College) #batescollege  #historic  #architecture  #lewiston  #maine 
Echinacea grow well on the side of Carnegie Science. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #blossoms #lewiston #maine
Meet our intern Fabian Miemietz! Fabian is from Schliengen, Germany and is a rising sophomore at Bates College, studying international relations and religious studies. Fabian loves travelling and has studied and lived in China prior to college and more recently has researched sexuality politics and social movements in Brazil. At Bates College, Fabian works as a Stringfellow to engage students in activism, as an LGBT+ fellow, and in Theater technology and Sound design. Outside the classroom, he is passionate about international politics, human rights, and religion, a topic which he explored further during his time at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in China. Here at Nonviolence International-NY, Fabian is a Research Analyst on the Disarmament track, studying gun survivors networks, disarmament efforts, and projects around the world in Kenya, the Western Balkans, and other areas.
Meet our intern Fabian Miemietz! Fabian is from Schliengen, Germany and is a rising sophomore at Bates College, studying international relations and religious studies. Fabian loves travelling and has studied and lived in China prior to college and more recently has researched sexuality politics and social movements in Brazil. At Bates College, Fabian works as a Stringfellow to engage students in activism, as an LGBT+ fellow, and in Theater technology and Sound design. Outside the classroom, he is passionate about international politics, human rights, and religion, a topic which he explored further during his time at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in China. Here at Nonviolence International-NY, Fabian is a Research Analyst on the Disarmament track, studying gun survivors networks, disarmament efforts, and projects around the world in Kenya, the Western Balkans, and other areas.
From left, environmental studies major Josie Gillett '19 of Seattle and politics major Katharine Gaillard '19 of Boston, and 180 tomato plants.
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Swipe left to see them at work in the Plot, Bates' new garden one block from campus, and as they deliver one of their first harvests — tomatoes, squash, kale, and squash blossoms — to Commons earlier this week.
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To read the full story, click on the link in our bio. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #vegetable #garden #sustainability #harvest #summer #lewiston #maine #dining
From left, environmental studies major Josie Gillett '19 of Seattle and politics major Katharine Gaillard '19 of Boston, and 180 tomato plants. . Swipe left to see them at work in the Plot, Bates' new garden one block from campus, and as they deliver one of their first harvests — tomatoes, squash, kale, and squash blossoms — to Commons earlier this week. . To read the full story, click on the link in our bio. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #vegetable  #garden  #sustainability  #harvest  #summer  #lewiston  #maine  #dining 
A summer downpour covers campus this afternoon. Admission interns Chandler Ryan ‘19 of Delmar, N.Y., and  Xavier Hayden of ‘19 Manhattan, Kansas, were able to provide shelter to their tour participants with supersized Bobcat umbrellas.
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Swipe left to see a couple more scenes including a rainy video clip. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #drenching #summer #rain #lewiston #maine
A summer downpour covers campus this afternoon. Admission interns Chandler Ryan ‘19 of Delmar, N.Y., and Xavier Hayden of ‘19 Manhattan, Kansas, were able to provide shelter to their tour participants with supersized Bobcat umbrellas. . Swipe left to see a couple more scenes including a rainy video clip. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #drenching  #summer  #rain  #lewiston  #maine 
Installing new AC at Chase Hall. #batescollege
If you were on campus right now, you could be reclining in one of these Adirondack chairs at the summer entrance to Ladd Library as the Ladd Plaza renovation continues. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #reclining #adirondackchairs #lewiston #maine
Bates College ??🤔
Please teach me !! 🙏🙏🙏 #championknitwear #champion1919 #vintagetee #vintagechampion #1950s #batescollege
I’m blessed to have certain people in my life. We been friends for 6 years and counting. This picture sums up his personality perfectly. Always happy...always easy going...and always striving to accomplish more! Between him and his family and his friends, all these things made my trip to Northern California so memorable. @fcheng1993 is definitely the type pf friend u want around 👏🏿
#california #oakland #sanleandro #sanfrancisco #berkeley #boston #friends #homie #batescollege #goodvibes #lifestyleblogger #travel
I’m blessed to have certain people in my life. We been friends for 6 years and counting. This picture sums up his personality perfectly. Always happy...always easy going...and always striving to accomplish more! Between him and his family and his friends, all these things made my trip to Northern California so memorable. @fcheng1993 is definitely the type pf friend u want around 👏🏿 #california  #oakland  #sanleandro  #sanfrancisco  #berkeley  #boston  #friends  #homie  #batescollege  #goodvibes  #lifestyleblogger  #travel 
"It's a beautiful campus."
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-- Bo-Shiuan Li, a graduate student at the University of Oxford @oxford_uni who studies materials for fusion and fission power, takes a run around Lake Andrews. He was on campus recently to attend a Gordon Research Conference.
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GRC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building communities that advance the frontiers of science, holds a number of conferences at Bates each summer.
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Summer on the Bates campus is filled with more than 2,000 people from Maine and around the nation and other countries that come to Bates for conferences, sports camps, and the Bates Dance Festival .They enjoy an educational and networking experience on the campus along with the Maine summers.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #puddle #oxford #summer #lewiston #maine #beingsofbates
"It's a beautiful campus." . -- Bo-Shiuan Li, a graduate student at the University of Oxford @oxford_uni who studies materials for fusion and fission power, takes a run around Lake Andrews. He was on campus recently to attend a Gordon Research Conference. . GRC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building communities that advance the frontiers of science, holds a number of conferences at Bates each summer. . Summer on the Bates campus is filled with more than 2,000 people from Maine and around the nation and other countries that come to Bates for conferences, sports camps, and the Bates Dance Festival .They enjoy an educational and networking experience on the campus along with the Maine summers. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #puddle  #oxford  #summer  #lewiston  #maine  #beingsofbates 
Selma Shapiro Blatt’s parents were among the first Jewish families to settle in the Lewiston area, European immigrants intent on educating their five children. Her older sister, Leah Shapiro Weinsier, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Bates in 1925. She herself was class valedictorian at Edward Little High School before following in her sister’s footsteps at Bates. Another sister, Helen Shapiro Bean, graduated PBK from NYU. All three sisters became teachers; Selma taught at the junior high school in Lewiston for several years before marrying. Although she was Jewish, she was required to attend Chapel at Bates College daily, even on Jewish holidays, and recalled her grades being docked because she stayed home on those days. #jewishmaine #jewishwomen #batescollege #lewistonmaine
Selma Shapiro Blatt’s parents were among the first Jewish families to settle in the Lewiston area, European immigrants intent on educating their five children. Her older sister, Leah Shapiro Weinsier, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Bates in 1925. She herself was class valedictorian at Edward Little High School before following in her sister’s footsteps at Bates. Another sister, Helen Shapiro Bean, graduated PBK from NYU. All three sisters became teachers; Selma taught at the junior high school in Lewiston for several years before marrying. Although she was Jewish, she was required to attend Chapel at Bates College daily, even on Jewish holidays, and recalled her grades being docked because she stayed home on those days. #jewishmaine  #jewishwomen  #batescollege  #lewistonmaine 
#becauseofthem #becauseofthemwecan #malagaisland #batescollege #myronbeasley #BatesCollegeafricanastudies #africanastudies #americanhistory #justlikesenecavillage #senecavillage #malagaisland #PBS #drmyronbeasley
#agreatdaytobeabobcat #blerds 
How do we give the land back to the families it was taken from? "He told this story standing in a clearing on Malaga on a hot day in July, 11 years later. It was exactly 107 years and one day since Plaisted had visited the island, met the residents and deemed them unfit to continue living there as they had since the early 1860s. They had lived in an impoverished community on a beautiful island, across from another island where people more powerful were considering building a resort hotel. They were an interracial community, black, white, mixed, largely uneducated and for that, they were stripped of their homes"

https://www.pressherald.com/2018/07/22/food-from-the-past-words-from-the-present/?
#becauseofthem  #becauseofthemwecan  #malagaisland  #batescollege  #myronbeasley  #BatesCollegeafricanastudies  #africanastudies  #americanhistory  #justlikesenecavillage  #senecavillage  #malagaisland  #PBS  #drmyronbeasley  #agreatdaytobeabobcat  #blerds  How do we give the land back to the families it was taken from? "He told this story standing in a clearing on Malaga on a hot day in July, 11 years later. It was exactly 107 years and one day since Plaisted had visited the island, met the residents and deemed them unfit to continue living there as they had since the early 1860s. They had lived in an impoverished community on a beautiful island, across from another island where people more powerful were considering building a resort hotel. They were an interracial community, black, white, mixed, largely uneducated and for that, they were stripped of their homes" https://www.pressherald.com/2018/07/22/food-from-the-past-words-from-the-present/?
Whatever the season, the Library Quadrangle sees significant foot traffic. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #lewiston #maine
Shoshona Currier, director of @batesdancefestival, shares an exuberant moment with her son Beowulf, 5, during a Thursday evening Concert on the Quad. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College)
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#batescollege #batesdancefestival #music #dance #jump #motherandchild #lewiston #maine
“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.”
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #lewiston #maine
“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” . — Albert Camus . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #summer  #lewiston  #maine 
Ready for the Ski Shrimp Scooter Ride tomorrow from SEAdog Topsham to Yarmouth Clam Festival with my Bates people! #scooter #batescollege #ridesafe #scooters
Sofie Sogaard '20 of Ridgefield, Conn., and Zsofia Duarte '18 enjoyed a contradance last night outside of the Peter J. Gomes Chapel during a "Concert on the Quad: Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection with contradance teacher Dela Murphy."
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Renowned contradance caller Dela Murphy taught the basics of contradance, and then called dances while Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection played music spanning bluegrass, French Canadian, and original songs.
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This summer's Concerts on the Quad, free and open to the public, take place outside Gomes Chapel, at College Street and Campus Avenue (rain site is inside the chapel).
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Members of the community are invited to bring a picnic and chairs or blankets. The concerts are co-sponsored by @batesdancefestival, Dining, Conferences and Campus Vents and the Olin Arts Center.
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(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #bluegrass music #dance #contradance #batesdancefestival #lewiston #maine
Sofie Sogaard '20 of Ridgefield, Conn., and Zsofia Duarte '18 enjoyed a contradance last night outside of the Peter J. Gomes Chapel during a "Concert on the Quad: Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection with contradance teacher Dela Murphy." . Renowned contradance caller Dela Murphy taught the basics of contradance, and then called dances while Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection played music spanning bluegrass, French Canadian, and original songs. . This summer's Concerts on the Quad, free and open to the public, take place outside Gomes Chapel, at College Street and Campus Avenue (rain site is inside the chapel). . Members of the community are invited to bring a picnic and chairs or blankets. The concerts are co-sponsored by @batesdancefestival, Dining, Conferences and Campus Vents and the Olin Arts Center. . (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #bluegrass  music #dance  #contradance  #batesdancefestival  #lewiston  #maine 
What fun... playing a contra dance with a great caller, Dela Murphy!
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#mainemusic #dosido #contradance #fiddle #banjo #batescollege #groupdance #ericabrownbluegrassconnection #danceparty #lookitup
Hey, it’s a great day to be a bobcat 🐯🎓🌲#almamater #batescollege #batesalumni @max_dio_
Twenty years ago, in July 1998, Bates began a major restoration of Lake Andrews, aka "the Puddle."
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When the pond was drained and dredged, all sorts of treasures were revealed, including a bowling ball, a stereo set, bed frame, and three enormous snapping turtles. .
Read more — including how an alumnus escaped the grip of the muck! — in our full story (link in bio 👆) .
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(Marc Glass ‘88 and H. Jay Burns/Bates College) #ThrowbackThursday #tbt #batescollege #lake #puddle #history #blackandwhite #thenandnow #1998
Twenty years ago, in July 1998, Bates began a major restoration of Lake Andrews, aka "the Puddle." . When the pond was drained and dredged, all sorts of treasures were revealed, including a bowling ball, a stereo set, bed frame, and three enormous snapping turtles. . Read more — including how an alumnus escaped the grip of the muck! — in our full story (link in bio 👆) . Swipe left to see before and after. . (Marc Glass ‘88 and H. Jay Burns/Bates College) #ThrowbackThursday  #tbt  #batescollege  #lake  #puddle  #history  #blackandwhite  #thenandnow  #1998 
Time for a stretch break. Dancers take advantage of the beautiful green space in front of Commons to stretch and relax between dance classes. .
Where was your favorite place on campus to relax between classes?
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Caitlin Canty (left) joins fellow dancer Sofia Franklin on Alumni Walk as Franklin stretches her back after class. They are participants in the Bates Dance Festival's professional training program. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #batesdancefestival #stretch #dance #maine
Time for a stretch break. Dancers take advantage of the beautiful green space in front of Commons to stretch and relax between dance classes. . Where was your favorite place on campus to relax between classes? #Repost  @batescollege ・・・ Caitlin Canty (left) joins fellow dancer Sofia Franklin on Alumni Walk as Franklin stretches her back after class. They are participants in the Bates Dance Festival's professional training program. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #batesdancefestival  #stretch  #dance  #maine 
Don’t be surprised if you walk past Carnegie Science and see this: Temporary air conditioning is being installed at Carnegie in preparation for renovations to the building’s HVAC system this summer. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #cool #hvac #renovation #lewiston #maine #airconditioning
Don’t be surprised if you walk past Carnegie Science and see this: Temporary air conditioning is being installed at Carnegie in preparation for renovations to the building’s HVAC system this summer. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #cool  #hvac  #renovation  #lewiston  #maine  #airconditioning 
Caitlin Canty (left) joins fellow dancer Sofia Franklin on Alumni Walk as Franklin stretches her back after class. They are participants in the Bates Dance Festival's professional training program. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege #batesdancefestival #stretch #dance #maine
Caitlin Canty (left) joins fellow dancer Sofia Franklin on Alumni Walk as Franklin stretches her back after class. They are participants in the Bates Dance Festival's professional training program. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College) #batescollege  #batesdancefestival  #stretch  #dance  #maine 
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Nothing says summer like an aerial view of the Bates boathouse — home of the Bates rowing program — on the Androscoggin River in Greene. (Theophil Syslo/Bates College) #batescollege #summer #rowing #androscogginriver #maine #plane