The Institute for Advanced Study, where Albert Einstein lived and worked after he fled to the US, recently invited a Bowdoin professor of gender, sexuality, and women’s studies to speak on memory projects about World War II and the Cold War.
On Friday, October 15, and Saturday, October 16, over sixty team members, alumni, parents, and friends celebrated thirty years of Bowdoin Volleyball.
The exhibition is described as “an excellent launching point for thinking about how art works.”
We asked some of Bowdoin’s English faculty members to weigh in with their thoughts on the award of the 2016 Nobel Literature prize to Bob Dylan.
Third annual Homecoming Harvestfest draws more than 850 alumni and guests back to campus.
Bowdoin welcomed all alumni, family members, and their guests to campus this weekend to attend Homecoming. The days were filled with sports and social events, including a Harvestfest on Dudley Coe Quad, with live music by Jerks of Grass, lawn games, and Maine craft beer.