Anti-Defamation League Condemns Treatment of Hannah Arendt’s Grave

SAM COPELAND, NEWS EDITOR | FEBRUARY 21, 2017

On February 21st Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti Defamation League issued a statement condemning the treatment of Hannah Arendt’s grave at Bard College saying, “Hannah Arendt was a […]

American Sex Workers Jealous of Russian Counterparts Who Got to Pee On Trump

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | ILLUSTRATION BY OLIVIA KRAVETZ, GRAPHIC DESIGNER | FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Several members of the American Escorts Community have spoken out in indignation about what they […]

Putin To Take Over Signing Executive Orders; Trump’s Tiny Hand Tires

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | ILLUSTRATION BY OLIVIA KRAVETZ, GRAPHIC DESIGNER | FEBRUARY 1, 2017

It has been a busy first couple of weeks for Donald J. Trump’s right […]

Medicated Motivation: Downsides of the Cultural Push Towards ADHD Pills

BY SAM COPELAND, NEWS EDITOR | February 3, 2017

When I was a teenager I got tricked into taking an IQ test. I had told my parents that I thought IQ scores were bullshit and that […]

A Road That Elicits More Fear Than Rage

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | NOVEMBER 22, 2016

9G is dangerous. Considering its accident history, its reputation as a danger zone appears well-deserved. […]

Botstein and Danner Discuss the President’s Policy and Personality

Presented by the 100 Days Initiative, human rights project, CCE, and Council for Inclusive Excellence

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 2, 2017

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 2, 2017

The First […]

Bard Muslim Student Organization Discusses Trump’s Immigration Order, Religion and Identity

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Bard Muslim Student Organization members spoke at a discussion panel on Wednesday the 1st about Trump’s Immigration executive order that banned immigration from seven Muslim-majority […]

Panel Discussion: The Blurred Line Between Racial Preference and Fetishization

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | DECEMBER 2, 2016

On December 1st, 2016 Weis Cinema held a panel discussion on black male sexuality that examined the concepts of preference, attraction, and fetishization of black racial traits.

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New York Times: American Universities Must Take a Stand

 LEON BOTSTEIN | ON CAMPUS | FEB. 8, 2017 Not since the era of witch hunts and “red baiting” has the American university faced so great a threat from government. How is the university to function when [...]

Bard Students React to US Appeals Court Phone Call

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 8, 2017 Trump’s immigration executive order has shaken the world since it has been issued, causing chaos at airports–especially JFK last Saturday, January 28–civil unrest and an increased [...]

Resisting Racism: Addressing Trump’s Immigration Ban One College at a Time

ZOE ROHRICH, FEATURES EDITOR | FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Despite moments of chaos and uncertainty for some following President Trump’s immigration executive order, otherwise known as the “Muslim ban,” university and college presidents across the U.S. [...]

Botstein and Danner Discuss the President’s Policy and Personality

Presented by the 100 Days Initiative, human rights project, CCE, and Council for Inclusive Excellence JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 2, 2017 MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 2, 2017 The [...]

Bard Muslim Student Organization Discusses Trump’s Immigration Order, Religion and Identity

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 1, 2017 Bard Muslim Student Organization members spoke at a discussion panel on Wednesday the 1st about Trump’s Immigration executive order that banned immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. [...]

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New Fraternity Founder Responds to Club Controversey with Much-needed Clarity

NICK JEBSEN, NEWS EDITOR | MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2017 In a move that has sparked [...]

Sanctuary Efforts Hit Bard and the Greater Hudson Valley

ZOE ROHRICH, FEATURES EDITOR | SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017   With President Trump’s crackdown on [...]

Students Applaud Win For Black Cinema at 89th Annual Academy Awards

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2017 On Sunday, February 27, three [...]

From Adderall to Xanax: Prescription Drugs at Bard

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | FEBRUARY 19, 2017 Adderall: More Than A Study Drug “People [...]

What Do You Know About Aleppo and Syria’s Civil War?

Photo by Galip Dalay/ Al Jazeera. Dec. 23, 2016 Many are volunteering and providing humanitarian [...]

学生过中国新年 Celebrating Chinese New Year at Bard

EVENT ORGANIZED BY VESPER LU, JENNY CHEN & SIYUAN MIN | SPONSORED BY ISO AND ASO [...]