The grant money will fund a project to equip science classes in chemistry, geology and environmental studies to produce independent data on PFOA contamination.
An overflow crowd turned out Thursday for a presentation on a $50 million redevelopment plan for downtown Bennington’s Putnam Block.
News Release — Bennington College April 25, 2017 Contact: Alex Dery Snider [email protected] (802) 440-4399 National Leaders to Discuss Recent Wins, Next Steps for Higher Ed in Prison Bennington, VT–Bennington College’s Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA) will host a conference on The Future of Higher Education in Prison on April 28-29. This […]
For Immediate Release April 18, 2017 Contact: Alex Dery Snider [email protected] (802) 440-4399 Bennington Seed Fest Weekend Bennington, VT–The Bennington College Seed Library and the Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA) present Bennington Seed Fest (April 21-23), three days of events and activities that provide opportunities to learn about the importance of seed […]
The projects at existing dams on Lake Paran and Paran Creek are being sponsored by the village and developed with the help of college students and volunteers.
New access points for the Commons, including a three-story glass-enclosed addition and entrance on the north side, will direct the building toward the newer campus structures.
“The downtown is a catalyst for change in the economy as a whole, and the Putnam Block is one of the most visible indications of change in the region,” says one backer.
News Release — Bennington College February 27, 2017 Contact: Alex Dery Snider [email protected] 802.440.4399 BENNINGTON, VT—NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks will address the class of 2017 at Bennington College’s 82nd commencement dinner on Friday, June 2nd, at 7:00 pm on Commons Lawn. Since assuming the leadership role at the nation’s oldest, largest and […]
The substance involved was Dipicrylamine, which is described as a yellow dye in powder form.
The magazine highlights challenges the school has faced and overcome under the leadership of President Mariko Silver.
Editor’s note: This article is by Edward Damon of the Bennington Banner, in which it was first published July 1, 2016. BENNINGTON — Attendees of a public meeting on Wednesday were updated on efforts to address water contamination from PFOA. More than 100 people turned out to Bennington College, where they were briefed on and […]
The program will serve maximum security inmates from the Great Meadow correctional facility in Comstock, New York.
The wells are located near the former Chemfab plant in North Bennington.
Editor’s note: This article is by Edward Damon, of the Bennington Banner, in which it was first published March 11, 2016. NORTH BENNINGTON — A new course at Bennington College aims to complement the government’s response to a potentially harmful chemical found in water supplies in Vermont and New York. The college was recently awarded […]