Press Release Archives

Refugees & Memory: A Talk on Greece

Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The evacuation of 38,000 children from mountain villages in northern Greece in the spring of 1948 was one of the most controversial episodes of the Greek Civil War. Anthropologist Loring Danforth takes this episode to reflect on the politics of memory. More >>

Improvisational Theatre Workshop

Wednesdays, Spring 2012
"Join for one session or all to participate in a new work in the works," says Lisa Leaverton, visiting artist on her weekly improvisational groups More >>

'Tending Fires' in Gates

Thursday, April 5, 2012
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Seven Enterprises Accepted into Hatchery

Spring 2012
'The Hatchery is a place where students can move beyond the classroom and create their future, practice solutions and test their ideas by moving quickly from idea to implementation.' - Jay Friedlander, Sharpe-McNally chair More >>

Earthenware and Healing in Blum

Week 1: March 26 - 30
Inspired by the influence of ayurvedic, or Indian medicine, senior Vivian Lambert of Mariaville has combined two passions, healing and art, for her senior exhibit in the Blum Gallery. More >>

Vegetable Gardening Workshop

Saturday, April 7, 2012
From planning to planting, the USDA and the Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation are sponsoring a vegetable workshop at COA. More >>

'Our Town'

February 24 through 26
'Of all the plays I've read, or been in, or seen, this one touched me the most deeply and caused me to think about the people in my life.' - Gina Sabatini '13, director, who is following in the legacy of near-professional student theater at COA. More >>

Krulwich to be 40th Graduation Speaker

June 2, 2012
'Some schools, and COA is surely one of them, say ... 'Come here and we'll ask you to reimagine the world.' That's why I want to talk to the seniors in June. I want to hang out with a bunch of fellow-reimaginers.' - Robert Krulwich More >>

Biologist Marty Crump Coming

Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Noted biologist Martha Crump, who writes on amphibians and reptiles for children, for popular magazines, and for fellow scholars, will be talking on "The Future of Amphibians and Reptiles: Do Our Cultural Beliefs Matter?" for the Human Ecology Forum. More >>

Amazon Children and Rainforests

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Tropical rainforests continue to be severely threatened, but glimmers of hope are appearing. Hear Constanza Ocampo-Raeder's Human Ecology Forum talk, "How Amazonian Children Help Manage Tropical Forests," Tuesday, February 21. More >>

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