Bowdoin Alumni Make Connections at Welcome to the City Happy Hours

On October 20, 2018, more than 500 Bowdoin alumni from the last 10 class years attended 18 Welcome to the City happy hours around the world.

Sophie Washington ’19

The Digital Dimensions of “Let’s Get Lost” and “Listening Glass”

Sophie Washington ’19 describes her work with artist linn meyers at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.

"Nodding Trillium, Trillium Cernuum," watercolor by Kate Furbish, American, 1834–1931. Courtesy the George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections and Archives, Bowdoin College Library.

Flower Power: Museum of Art opens new exhibition of work by two exceptional botanical artists

A new exhibition, “Kate Furbish and Edwin Hale Lincoln: New England Botanical Studies” opens at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art in early October.

left to right: Danny Banks ’19, Noah Dubay ’19, Oceanna Pak ’19, and Brennan Clark ’20

Welcome to the new Bowdoin College Museum of Art Academic-Year Interns

Eight new student interns are welcomed by the Bowdoin College Museum of Art this fall.

Bowdoin Alumni by State

To be at home in all lands…

Next time you drive cross-country, you’re sure to find a friendly face in every state.  Bowdoin alumni can be found living in all 50 states (and over 70 countries.) Check out this map showing where we live, across the USA.

Preserving a Legacy: German Professor Accepts Editorship at the Goethe Yearbook

German Professor Birgit Tautz is working to celebrate change and continuity through scholarly work as the newly-appointed editor at the Goethe Yearbook.

Video: Groundbreaking Installation Turns Art Gallery into a Musical Instrument

It’s part of a collaborative, site-specific, multimedia installation involving four artists. A wall drawing, titled “Let’s Get Lost,” was created by visiting artist linn meyers, alongside an interactive sound installation, “Listening Glass.” It’s the product of a two-year collaboration with interactive and audio artists Rebecca Bray, James Bigbee Garver, and Josh Knowles.

Bringing Government to Bowdoin: Former Chief of Staff Talks to NYT’s Katie Benner ’99

Students, faculty and locals lined up early Thursday evening in the lobby of Pickard Theater to listen to New York Times writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Katie Benner ’99 interview President Obama’s fourth and final White House chief of staff, Denis McDonough.