- The Huffington Post included alumnus Seamus Farrow in its recent “Child Prodigies” article. Farrow was Bard College at Simon’s Rock’s youngest entrant, when he began his study here at age 11. Read more.
- From 51% to WAMC’s Roundtable and Midday Magazine to the Berkshire Eagle and more—Bard College at Simon’s Rock International Women’s Day conference, which focused on women in the sciences, was a local media hit. Follow the links to listen to the coverage, or read more.
- Faculty member Colette van Kerckevoordereviewed Old English: A Linguistic Introduction by Jeremy J. Smith, for the blog eLanguage. Find the full review here.
- NVDaily published a feature article on the life and work of alumnus Max Watman. Watman just completed a non-fiction book, Chasing the White Dog, which chronicles the business and practice of making Moonshine. Read the full article here.
- Simon’s Rock professor and renowned actress Karen Allen will participate in a staged reading of Michael Weller’s searing marital drama Fifty Words. More here.
- Alumnus Anton Spivak’s work with a new theater production was included in Theater Online. His biography and participation are detailed here.
- Alumna Meg Hutchinson appeared on The Bob Edwards Show to discuss her life and work. Check it out.
- Alumna Sara Teitelman’s book, From the Ground Up, which she co-edited, recently received a positive review in the medical journal, The Lancet. Read the review.