March212014

Anonymous asked: Will decisions be released soon? I've heard rumors they're coming out March 22nd. Thanks!

Hello! You heard right - decisions will go live TOMORROW, March 22 at 8 a.m.! 

February202014

Dean of #Admission & #FinAid @LeighinLindholm explains why high school transcripts tell us more than test scores:

February32014

vtcats asked: are we allowed to ask the admissions office how are app is doing? as in if it made it to the second round of admissions/ whether our decision might be? (for EDII)Thanks!

Hello!

While the evaluation process of your application is confidential, you will receive notification of your decision in the next few weeks.

We hope this information helps!

The Bates Admission Team

January82014
Fog enveloping the Historic Quad on Monday afternoon. Thanks to Nina Tupper ‘14 for the photo! #maine

Fog enveloping the Historic Quad on Monday afternoon. Thanks to Nina Tupper ‘14 for the photo! #maine

December172013
batesnews:

The sun emerged for 15 minutes, making a winter wonderland aka Bates, photographed on Sunday, Dec. 15. (Sarah Crosby/Bates College)

batesnews:

The sun emerged for 15 minutes, making a winter wonderland aka Bates, photographed on Sunday, Dec. 15. (Sarah Crosby/Bates College)

December132013
batesnews:

“I do a lot of thrift shopping and enjoy mixing styles from different eras to make a new look. It’s sort of like time travel.”
— Jeremy Mack ’16 of Brooklyn, N.Y., a double major in East Asian studies and politics, put together this outfit by grabbing the following items from his wardrobe on Dec. 12, 2013:
· Reebok Ex-O-Fit Plus Hi Basquiat Lifestyle Shoes, based on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s painting ‘Hollywood Africans”
· tie-dye shirt designed by his friend Sasha Zabotin ‘16
· MUJI flannel shirt, a gift from his father
· Seiko watch that belonged to his great-grandfather
· 1950s (he thinks) Italian leather bomber jacket purchased from NYC thrift store for $40
· cashmere scarf that belonged to his grandfather
· thrift-store hat passed on to him by a friend
· jeans and socks that shall go nameless
(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College)

batesnews:

“I do a lot of thrift shopping and enjoy mixing styles from different eras to make a new look. It’s sort of like time travel.”

— Jeremy Mack ’16 of Brooklyn, N.Y., a double major in East Asian studies and politics, put together this outfit by grabbing the following items from his wardrobe on Dec. 12, 2013:

· Reebok Ex-O-Fit Plus Hi Basquiat Lifestyle Shoes, based on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s painting ‘Hollywood Africans”

· tie-dye shirt designed by his friend Sasha Zabotin ‘16

· MUJI flannel shirt, a gift from his father

· Seiko watch that belonged to his great-grandfather

· 1950s (he thinks) Italian leather bomber jacket purchased from NYC thrift store for $40

· cashmere scarf that belonged to his grandfather

· thrift-store hat passed on to him by a friend

· jeans and socks that shall go nameless

(Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College)

December122013
It could always be worse…at least this isn’t what #batesfinals week looks like anymore! Mid-century photo courtesy of Muskie Archives.

It could always be worse…at least this isn’t what #batesfinals week looks like anymore! Mid-century photo courtesy of Muskie Archives.

December102013
Some great shots of the recent snowfall on The Conversation today! bates.edu/conversation (Photo credit to Julia Hanlon)

Some great shots of the recent snowfall on The Conversation today! bates.edu/conversation (Photo credit to Julia Hanlon)

November202013
November142013

T-1 day to ED1. Some musical inspiration for those of you about to hit “Submit”! #finalcountdown #bates2018 

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