Photo courtesy Porcia Manandhar ’17

On Saturday April 5th, Roland Dupuis of the US Department of Agriculture held a half-day productive vegetable gardening workshop in Gates Auditorium. The workshop was filled with students, staff, faculty, and community members who had a keen interest in the process of gardening and how to enhance their own productivity. Dupuis covered a range of topics, […]

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A daylong event focused on alternative transportation will take place on Saturday, April 26 BAR HARBOR, ME – College of the Atlantic (COA) will host its annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm. The student-organized event will include a Junior Ranger Day with Acadia National Park (ANP), […]


Maine’s premier holler-folk band, The Ghost of Paul Revere, are bringing their powerful songs, built on melody and energy, designed to be performed with passion, to the Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center on Saturday, April 5 at 8 pm. Born of the waters of the Saco River, brothers in all but name, The Ghost of […]


Deadlines can be good motivators. But the 13-Hour Play Production (Half) Marathon that happened during the winter term at COA took this to a new level. The writers created the scripts within the time limit of six hours, and the directors and actors brought the script to the stage within seven hours. These time constraints […]


English translation appears below the photos. La Nuit Blanche est un grand festival qui survient chaque année. Typiquement, il y a beaucoup de musées et d’institutions culturelles qui ont des installations de musique et d’art. Le festival a commencé à Nantes, France dans les années 1980. Le concept était d’avoir un festival de lumières et […]


On Valentine’s Day, COA students gathered in front of Kaebler Hall and danced to demand justice for women. One Billion Rising for Justice is a worldwide call to all who seek an end to violence against women. The action takes place in over 200 countries, bringing together activists from all corners of the globe. The […]


This past month, the typically quiet campus saw several “deaths” caused by ruthless “ninjas,” sources say. The deaths vary in cause, but witnesses say strangulation, poison, and arson were all utilized by the masked killers. A handful of COA students just concluded a roleplaying game dubbed “The Ninja Game,” which began on January 22 when […]