Monthly Archives: April 2019

Sand Mandala Construction in RKC Lobby

From Monday, May 6 until Friday, May 10, the Venerable Tenzin Yignyen, a Tibetan monk from the Dalai Lama’s personal monastery and professor of Tibetan Buddhist studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will construct a sand mandala of the Buddha of Compassion in the lobby of the Reem-Kayden Center on the Bard College campus.

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Tech Corner: How to Share Files

Collaboration at LLI

LLI is a collaborative organization, with participating members working behind the scenes to coordinate LLI events, policies, programs, etc. Before we had Google Suite for Education (G Suite), there was so much emailing of files back and forth among participating members to do committee work. There could be many versions of a single document,

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Blowin’ in the Wind

Wander over in the direction of the Fisher Center, turn left and enter the old stone-faced building called Ward Manor. Go through the arched door and continue through the building and outside again onto the stone porch, where you will see a tall, stainless steel, tilted wonder called Stargon.

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Brothers at Bard: A CCE Mentorship Program

Brothers at Bard (BAB)

Have you ever lived in a foreign country where you speak the same language but you don’t know anyone or understand the customs and no one offers you the courtesies usually extended to foreigners?  How would you get into a good school or get a good job?

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Joan Tower Grabs Gold Baton


While on her 80th birthday year tour, composer Joan Tower-‒-Bard LLI’s most heralded presenter—has been awarded the Gold Baton Award for 2019 by the League of American Orchestras.

Ms. Tower, who lives in Red Hook, is well-known to LLI music aficionados for her engaging classes that,

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