COA in the news:

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    Bringing ‘Hamlet’ Down to Earth [Mount Desert Islander]
    An advanced tutorial at College of the Atlantic where students help Bar Harbor youth design, produce, and act in their own adaptation of Shakespeare’s  “Hamlet” comes to fruition—much to the island community’s delight.
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    Marine Mammals [Maine Calling]
    Maine Public Radio invites College of the Atlantic Steve K. Katona Chair in Marine Science Dr. Sean Todd, alongside fellow scholars from University of Maine and non-profit Marine Mammals of Maine, for an update on the research, rescue, and more of Maine’s marine mammal population.

Life around campus:

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    Commencement Includes Student Perspectives
    From biomedical research to agriculture, and renewable energy to alternative literature, the interests of this year’s senior graduation speakers represent the variety and depth of human ecology.
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    Mapping the Outer Islands: Geology Project Digs Deep
    Geological explorations bring College of the Atlantic senior Spencer Gray to regional scientific conferences to discuss new findings made near COA’s offshore research stations on Great Duck Island and Mount Desert Rock.

People and places:

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    Environmental Leader Awarded for Work
    Kimberly López Castellanos ’18 is the recipient of a prestigious Udall Scholarship for her work merging climate justice activism and communications strategies.
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    Orchestral Work Celebrates Maine Music Teachers
    The Maine Music Educators Association celebrates its 100th anniversary this month with the performance of a special orchestral piece written by College of the Atlantic Composer in Residence John Cooper.

Alumni:

 

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