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June 17, 2009

daily news logoPsychology faculty member and Associate Academic Dean Ann O’Dwyer is quoted as the lead expert for a road rage article, which appeared in the New York Daily News.

June 18, 2009

berkshire eagle logoThe Berkshire Eagle recently profiled alumna Heather Fisch ’01 and her Great Barrington-based gypsy-klezmer-punk band. Fisch talks about the transformative effect her Simon’s Rock education had in her life. “I discovered this mind-blowing world that opened up this whole new dimension for me,” she explained. “People had these really fantastic ideas and are doing different things that I couldn't have even conceptualized, being a girl from a small town," she said.

June 10, 2009

education week logoIn a June 10, 2009 article by Education Week, Bard College at Simon’s Rock is cited as a “vibrant intellectual environment.” The piece chronicles several programs across the United States that offer challenging academic environments to exceptionally gifted students. Dean of Admission and Student Affairs Leslie Davidson distinguishes Simon’s Rock and explains the College’s unique approach to admission.

June 10, 2009

worcester telegram logoArtist Hilary Scott exhibits “Beyond Belief: The Curious Collection of Professor Rufus Excalibur” at the Higgins Armory Museum, now through 2011. His interactive body of work, profiled by the Telegram and Gazette, features a fantastical world of relics, sculptures, artifacts and mythical creatures.

(DE) CONSTRUCTIONS

The Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA presents (DE)CONSTRUCTIONS, a solo exhibition of new works by alumni Michael Zelehoski ’96.  The exhibition features large sculptural structures created from found utilitarian objects reinvented to represent complexity and scale.

June 10, 2009

huffington post logoAccording to a humorous column published on The Huffington Post, scientists at Bard College at Simon’s Rock’s have been credited with discovering the root cause of “Republicanism,” or “Terminal Conservatism.”  You know you’ll want to read more of this one!

June 10, 2009

worcester telegram logoArtist Hilary Scott exhibits “Beyond Belief: The Curious Collection of Professor Rufus Excalibur” at the Higgins Armory Museum, now through 2011. His interactive body of work, profiled by the Telegram and Gazette, features a fantastical world of relics, sculptures, artifacts and mythical creatures.

(DE) CONSTRUCTIONS

The Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA presents (DE)CONSTRUCTIONS, a solo exhibition of new works by alumni Michael Zelehoski ’96.  The exhibition features large sculptural structures created from found utilitarian objects reinvented to represent complexity and scale.

June 10, 2009

huffington post logoAccording to a humorous column published on The Huffington Post, scientists at Bard College at Simon’s Rock’s have been credited with discovering the root cause of “Republicanism,” or “Terminal Conservatism.”  You know you’ll want to read more of this one!

June 10, 2009

worcester telegram logoArtist Hilary Scott exhibits “Beyond Belief: The Curious Collection of Professor Rufus Excalibur” at the Higgins Armory Museum, now through 2011. His interactive body of work, profiled by the Telegram and Gazette, features a fantastical world of relics, sculptures, artifacts and mythical creatures.

(DE) CONSTRUCTIONS

The Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA presents (DE)CONSTRUCTIONS, a solo exhibition of new works by alumni Michael Zelehoski ’96.  The exhibition features large sculptural structures created from found utilitarian objects reinvented to represent complexity and scale.

June 10, 2009

huffington post logoAccording to a humorous column published on The Huffington Post, scientists at Bard College at Simon’s Rock’s have been credited with discovering the root cause of “Republicanism,” or “Terminal Conservatism.”  You know you’ll want to read more of this one!