THE INEQUITIES IN THE HOME CARE SYSTEM AND HOW WE CAN HELP CCE: Tema Summerfield The Women and Leadership class gathered at Blithewood on Friday afternoon to engage in a progressive conversation about the realities of being a homecare worker in today’s day, and how their contributions impact the communities around us. The conference was […]Read More Women and Leadership Conference
Melina Roise Edited by Najwa Jamal Op-Ed Dropping a can of soup into a grocery store donation bin. Giving a few dollars to a food pantry each holiday season. Hunger seems to be an inevitable part of society, one that can be minimized by everyone doing their part. Charity has led many to believe that […]Read More Our Communities Need More than Grocery Store Donation Bins: Achieving Food Security in the Hudson Valley
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Twenty Bard students participated in a day-long training session on Saturday as part of a national Elect Her training effort to encourage women to run for public office starting with Student Government. Sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, Student Government, and Election@Bard, the training focused on communication skills including speech writing, public speaking, and other […]Read More Recap: ElectHer
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