Between Power and Authority: Arendt on the Constitution and the Courts
Civil Liberties In America Today
March Match: Bard's Alternative Spring Break Program
Election@Bard Second Volunteer Training Session
Tribalism and Cosmopolitanism: How Can We Imagine a Pluralist Politics?
Bard Students Vote
The Election@Bard team works tirelessly to ensure your right to vote. Bard students, staff, and faculty have been fighting voter suppression in Dutchess County for decades, and recently won a legal battle to secure an on-campus polling place. Are you registered to vote yet? Registration is easy, and we’ll help you with the process.
Voices of Action
Voices of Action celebrates the diversity of students, staff, and faculty at Bard College and across Bard's international partnerships and the greater Open Society University Network. We hope this community-centered project sparks conversation and highlights how we are connected by common interests, especially around civic and community engagement. Voices of Action showcases two platforms: Being(s) at Bard on Instagram (@beingsatbard) and the What Is Your Why? podcast series.