College News

Robert Frost Stone House Museum Landscape and Literature

The Robert Frost Stone House Museum launches the 2024 season. 

Music faculty member leads Passover Seder. Bennington Answers “How Do We Celebrate Passover This Year?”

On Tuesday, April 23, around ninety Jewish and non-Jewish people from every constituency—students, faculty, staff, administration, members of local Jewish congregations, and community members—gathered in the Student Center and took seats around a gigantic ring of white-clothed tables with careful place settings for a Passover Seder.

Harvesting lettuce with Lyra Holahan and Gracie Yaconelli Bennington’s Purple Carrot Farm is Growing

On a chilly early spring day at Purple Carrot Farm, Lilliana Kelly ’25 took a break from the crew repositioning a silage tarp to recount her history with the place.

Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux Expert Addresses Current Climate Science and Vermont’s Climate Change Progress

BENNINGTON, VT— At 8:00 pm Thursday, May 2, Professor Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux from the Department of Geography and Geosciences at the University of Vermont, will give a lecture covering the latest climate change science coming out of the 2023 National Climate Assessment and the implementation of Vermont’s first ever Climate Action Plan, which was adopted in December 2021. The event, this year’s Robert H. Woodworth Lecture in the Sciences, is free and open to the public. It is scheduled for the Tishman Lecture Hall, which is labeled #3 on the campus map

Jennings Mansion Bennington College Joins Sixty College Presidents to Advance Civic Preparedness and Uphold Free Expression on U.S. Campuses

Recognizing this urgent moment for American higher education and our democracy, Bennington College is joining sixty other college presidents of diverse institutions from across the country to advance higher education’s pivotal role in preparing students to be engaged citizens and to uphold free expression on campus.