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The Bard Network
Bard Unveils Alexander Gilson Place, Dedicated in Support of Students of ColorOn Friday, May 10, students, alumni/ae, and faculty gathered to inaugurate Alexander Gilson Place. Formerly known as Grey Stone Cottage, the building is now dedicated to the academic and social advancement of students of color. More >
Bard Hosts First Early College Network Debate Workshop and TournamentOn Friday and Saturday, May 10–11, the Bard Debate Union, together with the Center for Civic Engagement, hosted students and teachers from the Bard Early Colleges in Manhattan, Newark, Queens, Cleveland, Baltimore, Harlem, and Hudson for the first Early College Debate Workshop and Tournament. More >
Transformation and Inspiration
Professor Mary McCarthy called Bard a "mad, exciting place." This video offers a glimpse of the transformative, interdisciplinary experiences that students have at Bard.