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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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Athlete of the Month — Kelsey O’Brien

For our first Athlete of the Month feature, we picked sophomore biology major Kelsey O’Brien, who’s also the women’s soccer

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Hold on, you’re not going home. Without your Bard I.D.

A recent change in the shuttle system means that getting anywhere now requires an ID, even if Traghaven Whiskey Pub

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Featured Artist: Sam Rosenblatt

Can you describe your time off, and how you were able to manage it as a photo major, both in

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Bard’s Capitalists

On an early Thursday in September, the Bard Resources on Capitalism hosted its first event of the fall semester. The



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CCE Volunteer Fair

Bard Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) hosted its annual Volunteer Fair Sept. 10, offering students the chance to volunteer and

Election @ Bard Wants You to Vote

When voting season is near, the initiative hosts events that give students a chance to become more informed voters.

The L Word

The over-assignment of political labels to the student body is a trend that has not improved in my seven semesters

Amy Sillman

On a first impression, Bardians seem obsessed with abstract art. By the time the first years began registering for classes