The 2019 College of the Atlantic Champlain Institute—Art: Dissent and Democracy explores the ways art challenges, promotes, undermines, and advances political, social, religious, and cultural norms.
College of the Atlantic founding faculty member, literature and creative writing professor, novelist, and poet William Carpenter steps away from teaching after nearly five decades with the college.
Peace activist and prominent atomic bomb survivor Koko Tanimoto Kondo is the keynote speaker at College of the Atlantic’s 46th commencement.
Student editors with College of the Atlantic Bateau Press head to Portland to sell their in-house literary magazine, Bateau, and the winning chapbooks from their annual competition. The 2017 Bateau winner, “Grief is the Only Thing that Flies,” by Laura Wetherington, has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Members of College of the Atlantic’s student delegation to the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change return energized to act at home.
A lifelong passion for books leads College of the Atlantic student Halle Smith ’20 to an inspiring internship with Feminist Press at City University of New York.
In “Environmental Politics for a Changing World: Power, Perspectives, and Practice,” COA professor Doreen Stabinsky draws on her science background and decades of international policy work to teach students how to engage in local and global politics.