COA in the news:

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    2017’s Most Popular Content [American Scientist]
    Coming in at #3, College of the Atlantic W. H. Drury Professor of Ecology and Natural History John G.T. Anderson’s “Why Ecology Needs Natural History” argues that most theoretical breakthroughs are preceded by the kind of deep observational work that has fallen out of vogue in the past half century.
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    Students Present Findings on Winter Harbor Oral History Project [The Ellsworth American]
    Fishing culture, family, community, the lobstering business, boatbuilding and more are documented by members of an experiential oral history class at College of the Atlantic.
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    Maine Film Nominated for Gotham Award [WCSH6]
    Prior to cinching the award for Best Short-Form Breakthrough Series of 2017, film professor Nancy Andrews sat down with Amanda Hill, host of the statewide news program 207, to discuss the making of her prize-winning series, “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes.”

Life around campus:

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    Boot Camp is Business Guru Brainchild
    A three-day entrepreneurial intensive designed by College of the Atlantic Sharpe-McNally Chair of Green and Socially Responsible Business Jay Friedlander culminates in a pitch competition worth $10,000.
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    Winter Campers Brave Bone-Chilling Conditions

    Packing gear through a snowy forest and sleeping in canvas-walled tents at -11°F provides the perfect start to winter term for an adventurous group of College of the Atlantic students.

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    Garden’s Crumbling Arch Restored
    The reconstruction of a 100-year-old granite arch in College of the Atlantic’s Sunken Garden is led by Yaniv Korman ’18, with help from the Maine Stone Mason’s Guild and COA students learning about landscape architecture. From the Mount Desert Islander.
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    Diverse Speaker Series Launches
    Programs on race, culture, religion, and a range of human experiences are on tap with the launch of The College of the Atlantic Diverse Voices Series.

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