Monthly Archives: July 2021

Bard College v. Board of Elections – Again

Introduction

On July 15th, Bard College President Leon Botstein joined with the student-led voting rights initiative [email protected], two members of the Bard staff (Bard College Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Civic Engagement, Erin Cannan; along with Bard College Assistant Director of Student Activities, Cynthia Cunningham), and three Bard students (Alejandra Rodriguez Ortiz,

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Orientations and Socials

Introduction

The academic year may not begin until September, but the Membership Development Committee and its Social Gatherings and Member Services Teams are busy. They are making plans for new members in both the class of 2020 and the class of 2021. In addition, there are plans for social gathering for all LLI members.

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You’ve Got Questions? ProClass Has Answers!

ProClass Answers Your Questions About Your LLI Information

Every Bard LLI member has an account in ProClass. Your ProClass account is available 24/7, whenever you have a question. It always shows the latest information regarding your account. You can make your own edits on your own data.

After logging in,

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Out of Chaos, A Plan For Fall Courses

Introduction

In mid-June, Curriculum was nailing down a Zoom class schedule for the Fall 2021 semester, and Membership Development was planning online orientations and new member socials.

Surprise! On June 23, Bard let Nanci Kryzak, President, and Jill Lundquist, Chair of Planning and Evaluation, know that, in fact,

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Rewarding Fall Courses

Introduction

Once you get the 2021 fall catalog, you will be reminded why you joined LLI. The Curriculum Committee is again offering many varied fall options taught by experienced and imaginative presenters. As with the spring semester, classes will be held on Thursday and Friday mornings via Zoom.

But we are also slowly working our way back to campus.

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