Stories:

  • NEWS
    Community As Classroom: COA’s Energy Outreach
    The Community Energy Center or CEC was created to connect COA’s sustainability and renewable energy efforts to our surrounding communities, and to ensure the continuation of efforts based in classes, internships and independent studies once each term is done.
  • NEWS
    In Their Own Words: Matt Maiorana ’11 Organizer
    Matt Maiorana ’11 went to his first UN negotiation as a second-year in 2007. He’s since attended multiple UN meetings, but after that first meeting he helped create COA’s environmental justice group Earth in Brackets, or [Earth], and obtain official observer status at the UNFCCC. Matt has worked for both the government and advocacy groups, including as an organizer for the 2014 People’s Climate March. Currently, he’s with the nonprofit Oil Change International. He also cofounded the website activistlab.org with Sam Miller-McDonald ’09.
  • NEWS
    Photography Exhibit Occupies the Blum
    The Occupy Wall Street movement, as seen through the lens of photographer Brendon Stuart, is the subject of Project: The 99%, on exhibit at College of the Atlantic’s Ethel H. Blum Gallery.

Events:

April 29th, 2017

  • Apr
    29

    Downeast Climate March

    1:00pm, Village Green, Bar Harbor Bar Harbor hosts one of hundreds of sister marches being held across the country in conjunction with the March for Climate, Justice, and Jobs taking place in Washington, D.C.
  • Apr
    29

    Bread and Puppet Theater

    8:00pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center The internationally acclaimed agitprop performance group returns to College of the Atlantic with a new play, Faust 3, a proletarian rumination on displacement, heaven, and satisfaction in the tradition of Medieval Faust puppet shows and Goethe’s epic verse drama.

July 11th, 2017

  • Jul
    11

    Coffee & Conversation: Civic Engagement in Maine

    9:00am, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Ann Luther, board member and former president of the Maine League of Women Voters, joins College of the Atlantic James Russell Wiggins Chair in Government and Polity Dr. Jamie McKown to discuss the importance of civic engagement in the current political landscape. 

     

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