Bennington College Archive: Recent submissions

  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1960-10)
    Faculty news. Incoming class. Library news. New Bennington College Constitution. Mademoiselle and Look magazine coverage. Events. Buildings and Grounds. Fundraising.
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1963-06)
    Commencement 1963. Student senior work. Death of Marjorie Beebe Fisk. Admissions. Edward Clark Crossett Library receives an architectural award. Silo. New faculty. New heating maintenance plant.
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1963-11)
    Incoming class. Administrative personnel changes. A new series of Elizabeth Harrington Dickinson Lectures on Public Affairs was inaugurated on October18 with John Kenneth Galbraith. National Science Foundation grant. Silo ...
  • Newletter 
    Unknown author (1962-06)
    Commencement. Alumnae news. Faculty news. Silo.
  • Unknown author (1961-06)
    Futures Committee. Reunion. Fundraising. Commencement 1961. Summer programs. Retirement of Bessie Woodlock. Admissions.
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1964-05)
    Art Exhibitions - William Sherman, Alexander Liberman, Maxfield Parrish retrospective, to be followed by a summer-long exhibit of works by the late Simon Moselsio. Art faculty updates. Non-Resident Term NRT. Music updates. ...
  • Newletter 
    Unknown author (Bennington College, 1962-02)
    Non- Resident Term NRT. Faculty updates. Faculty Salaries.
  • Unknown author (1961-02)
    The unexpected death of Bennington's first president, Robert Devore Leigh. Non-Resident Term NRT. Admissions. Fundraising.
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1963-03)
    Non-Resident Term NRT, Robert Frost, Literature faculty updates, Student music tour
  • Unknown author (2017-11-14)
    Panel discussion...students, faculty, and staff will share their experiences. Tuesday, November 14, 7pm, DownCaf
  • Unknown author (2017-11-13)
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  • Unknown author (Bennington Banner, 1964-11-11)
    "Wohnus disputed a statement made two weeks ago by Atty. Francis E. Morrissey....Wohnus said there are significant quantities of fibers still going into the stream and to prove his point he produced two gallon samples of ...
  • Unknown author (Bennington Banner, 1964-10-28)
    "...the fine silt creates an intolerable condition so far as the biology of the stream is concerned...there are ways in which the suspended clays can be removed from the process waters - either by settling them out in large ...
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 2005-09)
    Inside this Issue: Calvin Johnson (Page 7), Boston Powers (Page 5), Breathtaking (Page 3), Silent Minority (Page 4), and Bob Takes on The Porn Tree
  • Wohnus, John Frederick (Bennington Banner, 1964-09-29)
    "All one needs to do is to walk along the stream and observe the condition of the bottom. There are very few places where there are any algae or aquatic plants showing a thriving growth."
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 2004-10)
    Inside this issue: Bad Fashion (Page 7), Sad Sudan (Page 5), Mad Protest (Page 3), Rad Triangle (Page 9), Will Your Vote Count in the Green Mountain State? (Answer on Page 4)
  • Wohnus, J. Frederick (Bennington College, 1955-03)
    This all started early in March, the exact date is immaterial, but I do remember having as a dinner guest a Mr. Joe Joseph...Among Joe's interests is a passion for automobiles, especially old ones...We had just finished ...
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1942)
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1942)
  • Unknown author (Bennington College, 1944)



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