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Davis Taylor on Economic Issues

Thursday, February 23, 2012
Confused about Greece's economy and its impact on Europe and the United States? And what about the Chinese economy - how does that affect us? For some insights, join economics professor Davis Taylor in the Sea Urchin Café for a Lunch and Learn session. More >>

Pilot on Artists Screened

Friday, February 17, 2012
COA documentary class screens pilot of a film they created on Nancy Andrews and four other Maine artists. The pilots offer insights into Mainers' interior landscapes - work that goes far beyond landscape painting! More >>

Donation Market

Wednesday, February 22, 2012
"How we accumulate, treat, and waste personal possessions - or just stuff we own - is a big issue within sustainability," says student Ana Puhac. Hence, a Donation Market, where people exchange what they no longer need for what they might use. More >>

COA a 'Best Value' College

Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Calling COA, "much more than a university, it's a preparation for life," the Princeton Review today listed the college as one of the nation's 'best value' colleges and universities. More >>

Video Celebrates COA's Experiential Academics

Winter 2012
College of the Atlantic's "exceptional" and "inspiring" focus on experiential learning is featured in a video created by the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. More >>

Panel on Somalis in Maine

Friday, February 17, 2012
The city of Lewiston has been transformed by immigrants in the last dozen years. Today, nearly 10 percent of its population is composed of refugees from Somalia. Hear community members and UMaine scholars talk about their experiences. More >>

Fred Benson on US War State

Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Ret. Col. Fred Benson, an MDI resident with decades of experience with the nation's defense efforts, talks about the way the US seems to accept a perpetual state of war for the Human Ecology Forum. More >>

'Mr. Y' Co-Author to Speak

Monday, February 20, 2012
'Less bristling with guns. More money for education.' That's the gist of the influential article written under the code name Mr. Y, which caused quite a stir when it appeared. Hear co-author Capt. Wayne Porter Monday, February 20 in Gates at 4 p.m. More >>

Brooke Welty '11 Travels for Kindness

February, 2012
COA graduate Brooke Welty continues her senior project, a search for stories of kindness, on a journey around the nation. Stay tuned for more stories on people helping people in ways little and large. More >>

Telling Stories in Mixed Monotype

Saturday, February 25, 2012
Some stories can be told in single images; others need a sequence. Alumna Dina Petrillo offers a workshop in sequential storytelling, "Telling Stories in Mixed Monotype." More >>

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