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We are Bard College’s only student newspaper. We print once a month during the academic year, and our coverage includes – but is not limited to – community news, feature writing, campus culture & activities, art reviews, opinions & editorials, sports updates, and news from Bard’s satellites around the world. We include student photography and artwork, and are completely student run.
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Tivoli General Store: It’s About Time

It’s not a novel idea. Almost everyone who’s ever lived in Tivoli has thought about opening a grocery store –

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Featured Artist: Sula Bermudez

Sula Bermudez is a senior studio arts major. She works in a variety of mediums, but is primarily interested in

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The Death of Feitler

Dramatically put, Feitler House lies on her death bed. “The building itself,” Gretchen Perry, dean of campus safety and operations,

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The Wild Goose Chase: Turns Out CDO Doesn’t Mind Exploiting Students

It’s halfway through the spring semester. You’re a (barely) employable literature or history major from a small liberal arts school,



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Safety in Numbers

Claiming the righteousness of one opinion and trampling opposing thoughts with unbridled fury is conceptually scary.

Colussum: How 423 Park Ave Joins NYC

Many have recently highlighted the cluster of super-tall condo towers rising in Midtown Manhattan as a symbol of New York’s

Featured Athlete: Si Burnette

On Wednesday, February 18, Bard men’s basketball hosted Vassar for a league contest. After beating Vassar by a mere seven

The High Schooler’s College Expands: Simon Rock Adds “Bard Academy”

After almost half a century of offering an Associate of Arts degree to students who otherwise would be in eleventh