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Bard College at Simon’s Rock was profiled at Inside Higher Ed in a feature that highlighted the College’s role in creating the National Consortium of Early College Programs

Plant Physiology Professor Eric Kramer and post-doctoral research associate Heidi Rutschow published an article in Plant Physiology. This article is the first to result from work Kramer and Rutschow have carried out through a National Science Foundation grant

WNYC Zachary Mason was a guest on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show, discussing his novel, The Lost Books of the Odyssey

After Ellen Bridges Visiting Artist Alison Bechdel ’77 spoke on campus on March 7th, days after the release of The L Life. Check out Bechdel’s spread in the book on AfterEllen. Bechdel’s work is also featured in It Gets Better, a book that resulted from the viral anti-bullying campaign of the same name

Kirkus Reviews Ashley (Ray) Pérez ’00 recently published her first young adult novel, What Can't Wait. Kirkus Reviews praised the novel, calling it “un magnifico debut”

WAMC Professor Peter Filkins discussed his recently published translation of H.G. Adler’s Panorama as a guest on WAMC’s The Roundtable

Kilpatrick Athletic Center Rebecca Hunter, fitness director at the Kilpatrick Athletic Center, placed first in her age group at the 31st Hyannis Marathon, qualifying for 2012 Boston Marathon

Museo Thyssen Bornemisza Professor Tanya Marcuse ’81’s work is on display in an exhibition, Heroines, at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid

Newsweek Emily Calderalo ’07 interned at the production of Newsweek and the Daily Beast’s second annual “Women in the World Stories and Solutions” summit

The Boston Globe Adjunct Professor Karen Allen, who stars in the recently released film White Irish Drinkers, was profiled in the Boston Globe

iBerkshires Local media outlets including iBerkshires.com and the Berkshire Eagle featured Simon’s Rock’s International Women’s Day conference

Reuters Jessica Mah ’06's small-business application inDinero was featured at Reuters and the Huffington Post, which called Mah “inspiring”

Berkshire Eagle Professor Asma Abbas presented at Lewis University’s 16th annual philosophy conference. She was also quoted as an expert in a Berkshire Eagle article that touched on recent congressional hearings into Islamist radicalization

Bridges Program Visiting Artist Tomás Kubínek performed for a very full house in the Daniel Art Center’s McConnell Auditorium. The show concluded with a song and dance routine featuring Heather Fisch ’01 and Annakeara Stinson ’04

Berkshire Record Darkroom Manager John Snyder was quoted in a Berkshire Record article about an exhibition of works by photographer Lucien Aigner, with whom Snyder worked

Matthew Strassler ’81 lectured on how experiments in the Large Hadron Collider could help explain fundamental questions about our universe at New York’s Secret Science Club

Huffington Post Roosevelt Institute senior fellow Eli Pariser '96 spoke at TED about how the algorithms used by the likes of Google and Facebook might be limiting users’ exposure to unfamiliar and diverse content. See write-ups of Pariser’s talk about the balkanization of the web at Huffington Post and Wired

Berkshire Eagle Bard College at Simon’s Rock students including Zac Mason ’09, Lauren Payne-Riley ’09, and Abi Peña ’09 were featured in the Berkshire Eagle for having completed a sex education training program that will bring them into local schools to work with youth on issues like the prevention of teen pregnancy and transmission of STDs

NPR John McWhorter ’81 advanced a policy position against the war on drugs in a piece on NPR

Animal Planet Staff member Mark “Monk” Schane-Lydon appeared in Animal Planet's Fatal Attractions episode, “A Buffalo Rides Shotgun”