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  1. North Adams: Adult Basic Education Program enrollment openRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Berkshire Eagle

    Enrollment for the Northern Berkshire Adult Basic Education Program at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts spring classes has started. Classes begin the weeks of Jan. 7 and 14 at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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  2. Mobility-impaired BRTA users say strike 'making it impossible to be independent'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Berkshire Eagle

    Brian Fitzpatrick, a Pittsfield resident with cerebral palsy, relies on the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority's paratransit services and says he has been greatly affected by the ongoing strike. Three to four times a week, Fitzpatrick uses the BRTA's on-call vans that transport individuals who are mobility-impaired - whether it's to get to an appointment, the grocery store, church or even his parents' house.

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  3. Our Opinion: The importance of vision in determining our cities' futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Berkshire Eagle

    Depending on the lens through which one chooses to view it, Berkshire County is a dormant powerhouse or a perennially depressed decaying backwater. At an Eagle-sponsored forum on Thursday night at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts - the third in its Conversation Series - the mayors of Pittsfield and North Adams strove to focus that lens on the former option.

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  4. Sometimes A Pair of Pants Can Give You VertigoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | OpEdNews

    "Between the experience of living a normal life at this moment on the planet and the public narratives being offered to give a sense to that life, the empty space, the gap, is enormous. The desolation lies there , not in the facts."

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  5. Mayors of Pittsfield, North Adams optimistic about cities' 'transitional moment'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Berkshire Eagle

    Pittsfield and North Adams are each "designing a city for the future." That sentiment from Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer encapsulated the overwhelmingly positive outlook - albeit with recognition of the challenges that lie ahead - that she and North Adams Mayor Thomas Bernard shared Thursday night for Berkshire County's two cities, during a conversation at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts hosted by The Berkshire Eagle.

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  6. Tara Barboza: Tax Code Changes Affect Charitable GivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Berkshire Eagle

    ... arity explain why? Tara Barboza, CPA, EA, is assistant professor of accounting at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and a member of the Massachusetts Society of CPAs.

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  7. In Berkshires, even Democrats laud George H.W. Bush; 'He was a profile in courage'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Berkshire Eagle

    ... can affect a president," added Samantha Pettey, political science professor at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams. Pettey said Bush will also be remembered for the "Ross Perot Effect." Perot was the independent presidential ...

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  8. Late Representative's Will Leaves...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | IBerkshires

    Gailanne Cariddi is still making significant contributions to the community more than a year after her death at age 63. The late state representative's "remarkable, unbelievable generosity" in providing $420,000 in bequests to the city of North Adams was announced by Mayor Thomas Bernard on Tuesday. In addition, the North Adams Historical Society has received at least $35,000 and friends and family of Cariddi have endowed a scholarship in her honor at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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  9. New Late Representative's Will Leaves $420,000 to North Adams December 04, 2018 | 09:00PM0 CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | IBerkshires

    Gailanne Cariddi is still making significant contributions to the community more than a year after her death at age 63. The late state representative's "remarkable, unbelievable generosity" in providing $420,000 in bequests to the city of North Adams was announced by Mayor Thomas Bernard on Tuesday. In addition, the North Adams Historical Society has received at least $35,000 and friends and family of Cariddi have endowed a scholarship in her honor at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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  10. Common Folk Open Up Pop-Up ShopRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | IBerkshires

    ... is a little more structure." Recent graduates from the Arts Management Program at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts have been able to help professionalize Common Folk's own processes as well as support artists in the collective. Sweeney added ...

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  11. New Common Folk Open Up Pop-Up ShopDecember 01, 2018 | 07:10AM0 CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | IBerkshires

    ... is a little more structure." Recent graduates from the Arts Management Program at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts have been able to help professionalize Common Folk's own processes as well as support artists in the collective. Sweeney added ...

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  12. The Language of 9/11 UnmaskedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Dissident Voice

    We welcome to the programme the writer and lecturer Edward Curtin, who teaches sociology at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, for a conversation on his research into the subject of September 11, 2001, and in particular his analysis of the language used of that event in terms of a hypothesised deep-state policy of linguistic mind control. We also discuss the very important book 9/11 Unmasked by David Ray Griffin and Elizabeth Woodworth, recently published by Olive Branch Press, which Edward Curtin particularly recommends for its scholarly approach.

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  13. Williams College's Winter Blitz nails it with keeping residents protected from elementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    Williams College students, from left, Akhil Dayal, Margot Berman and Isabelle Wood work Saturday on winterizing the home of Shirley Lescarbeau of North Adams. For 11 years, students from Williams College have volunteered in teams to weatherize homes across the county by installing window kits, door sweeps, hot water pipe insulation, energy-efficient light bulbs and other materials.

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  14. MCLA 'Day of Dialogue' spurs spirited conversations on 'Complicating Race'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    ... "Between the World and Me." The idea for the "Day of Dialogue" event Thursday at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts originated with students in the wake of the 2016 election of Donald Trump, according to Christopher MacDonald-Dennis, above, ...

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    Nov 8, 2018 | IBerkshires

    Berkshire Community College and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts have recognized that need and on Tuesday signed an articulation agreement to start training those professionals. "There are career opportunities which are so critical to well-paid positions doing work people love.

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  16. Look Ahead, Pittsfield: Election Day brings close to combative campaign seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    ... which is set for noon Thursday. Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams plan to ratify an agreement this week, streamlining health sciences students' path toward associate and bachelor's ...

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  17. MassPIRG Pushing to Increase Voter...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2018 | IBerkshires

    It's a given that young people don't vote. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is hoping to buck the trend.

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  18. MCLA President James F. Birge: We are too great to hateRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    The institution of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts does not agree with and won't use the Trump administration's definition of gender and gender identity. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts President James F. Birge greets students as they process to Convocation in the Amsler Campus Center Gymnasium on Tuesday, Sept.

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  19. Author talk: Five things to know about Ta-Nehisi CoatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    Ta-Nehisi Coates' biography on the dust jacket of his latest publication, "We Were Eight Years in Power," is exactly four sentences long. It reads: "Ta-Nehisi Coates is a national correspondent for The Atlantic.

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  20. New MassPIRG Pushing to Increase Voter Turnout at MCLANovember 02, 2018 | 02:27AM0 CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2018 | IBerkshires

    It's a given that young people don't vote. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is hoping to buck the trend.

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