That's a very fair question and the truth is that we don't know. All we know is that as our project has grown across the
Recent allegations say the college referred to choking as "erotic asphyxiation without consent."
In mid-December 2008, my sister, Emma Bee Bernstein, took her life, at the age of 23. And the book and show are happening
The liberal arts school is now the subject of two federal complaints.
The college ignored its own rules about punishing assaults, and it nearly cost Allison her life. It took a police investigation to turn things around.
When the Bard College Debate Union and the United States Military Academy at West Point Debate Society tackled the question: "Is National Security More Important Than Individual Right To Privacy," both affirmative and negative sides delivered compelling, well-researched, and often surprising answers.
As Eden prepared to attend a conference on performance's intersection with visual art, MutualArt had the opportunity to ask her about her new position at DiverseWorks, her plans concerning funding and audience engagement and Katie Grinnan: Nocturnal Hologram, the first show she has curated for the space.
Drive 100 miles from New York City, straight up the Hudson River, and you'll find a trio of towns with very different personalities. Rhinebeck has been a tourist town since the mid 1700's, when it was a stage stop between New York City and Albany.
Palmer has, not to put too fine a point on it, ripped open her chest and exposed her heart for all to see.
Texas voters should emulate Hong Kong residents by turning out massively on November 4 to defy their state's and our Dred Scott Supreme Court's effort to disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of citizens who've voted legitimately in the past.
Narratives that are not being told is also a theme in Evron's work "Endurance," the final film in a trilogy. Each film has an architectural reference and foundation, but explores issues of identity and existence differently.
In the traditionally conservative world of academia, Leon Botstein is unafraid to challenge the status quo. His most recent cause du jour is of course the new Bard College admissions exam.
Bard College's new option allows a student to write four research papers from a list of 17 topics on the Bard website, and the topics are complete with the documentation you need to at least get started. Once submitted, if each one earns a professor's grade of B+ or higher, welcome to Bard.