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Bard College at Simon’s Rock and its community members appeared in several media outlets during the month of February. They include CNBC, the Associated Press and the New York Times, among others.

February 7, 2010
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Bard College at Simon’s Rock was recently included in one of several New York Times stories that appeared this month, highlighting growing demand and support for early colleges. Read and comment on the story here.

February 10, 2010
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First-year student Li Goldberg appeared in an Associated Press story, sharing her thoughts about the classic Catcher in the Rye, following J.D. Salinger’s death. The story was placed in more than 75 newspapers throughout the U.S. Read the full story here.

February 10, 2010
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Several letters to the editor, regarding various aspects of Bard College at Simon’s Rock programming were printed in the Berkshire Eagle last month. Two appreciated college events and library offerings. One letter, “Should Churches Pay Fair Share?,” was written by alumna Amber Stockham. It eloquently responded to a community member’s call for non-profit property taxation. Read Stockham’s response.

February 17, 2010
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The College’s new web revisions and additions were profiled in a report by Jenn Smith of the Berkshire Eagle. The article titled “Web site redesign earns solid results,” discussed the College’s new design, growing web audience and communications strategies.

February 26, 2010
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Provost Mary Marcy’s early college op-ed, “Early College: Founding and Future,” appeared on and It responds to the recent surge in support for statewide early college options, offering context to the story. Read her piece here.

February 27, 2010

Several Bard College at Simon’s Rock events were included in Advocate Weekly, Berkshire Eagle and WAMC stories. They include International Women’s Day, listings of concerts and ongoing exhibitions.

January 21, 2010

Alumna Tina Chandler’s work was celebrated in a Register Citizen article, which discussed her current inclusion in a group exhibition at the Sharon Historical Society.