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Field Work Term at Bennington College with Holly McCormack

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Recently released alumni work

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Alumni news

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A student-led community partnership that weaves advocacy, activism, academics, and community partnership to make a safer, less isolated environment for Vermont’s 3,000 undocumented migrant workers

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A brief look at the College’s economic and cultural impact on the Bennington region

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The Bennington Museum represents the largest collection of art and history from Southern Vermont and the historically associated areas of New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire by Heather DiLeo

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MASS MoCA is the nation’s largest contemporary art museum and one of the most influential by Heather DiLeo

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Dorset Festival, now in its 40th year, mounts four main stage productions a year from June to September, drawing some of the country’s most talented playwrights, actors, and directors by Heather DiLeo

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Bennington’s cultural collaborations create a hotbed for arts in the community by Heather DiLeo

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Alumni making a life and running a business in and around Bennington by Heather DiLeo

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The collaborative approach to revitalizing Bennington’s downtown by Heather DiLeo

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Nina Hardt Lentzner ’91 and Joel Lentzner ’91 opened contemporary craft and fine art gallery Fiddlehead “the last day before Y2K” in the grand neoclassical marble building that housed their bank when they were Bennington students by Heather DiLeo

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What Amy Blomquist Buckley ’83 started as a “niche” place to go for great coffee and homemade food in 2012 quickly blossomed into what many locals—and tourists—consider an essential Bennington hangout spot by Heather DiLeo

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Inspired classes and assignments that take the town as a class and the class into town

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When residents in nearby Hoosick Falls, NY and North Bennington, VT discovered their wells and water contaminated, the College stepped in to study, train, and educate students and citizens

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Originally from Whittier, California, “the birthplace of lowrider trucks and Richard Nixon,” Bill Scully ’94 knew as a freshman he wanted to settle in Bennington by Heather DiLeo

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Bennington Potters began as Cooperative Design, the studio of the late David Gil and first wife Gloria Goldfarb ’52, and two others, in 1948 by Heather DiLeo

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Bennington’s cultural collaborations create a hotbed for arts in the community by Heather DiLeo

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Making art available to everyone, the 23-year-old Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE) provides locals with arts education, performance, and exhibition opportunities​​​​​ by Heather DiLeo

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Making a Difference in Detroit: Entrepreneurship, Activism, and Art with Ben Hall '04

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On the value of a Bennington intern, as told by the people who hire them.

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Find and connect with Bennington alumni throughout the world

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The Friends of Robert Frost has generously gifted The Robert Frost Stone House Museum to Bennington College.

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Bennington: Real and Imagined – The Libraries

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The campus connection

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Retiring faculty member Doug Bauer on teaching and time at Bennington by Keegan Ead and Madeline Cole ’16

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Three Bennington alumni and one staff member are shaping Vermont policy and Vermont futures. An inside view of how bills become law in Vermont, the issues driving these policymakers back to the table, and their take on legislative legacies by Shay Totten ’91, P’21

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Leaders of local organizations on the impact of student work and volunteerism throughout Bennington by Alex Dery Snider

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Gail Hirschorn Evans ’63 worked at the White House in the Office of the Special Counsel to the President during the Lyndon Johnson administration and was instrumental in the creation of the President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity and the 1965 Civil Rights Act. Decades later she is still challenging our biases. By Jeva Lange ’15