We have compiled all the video recordings of end-of-semester performances at Bowdoin Talks. Here are a few recent ones: December Dance Concert Concert Performance: Bowdoin Chamber Choir Common Hour: Student Chamber Ensemble Concert Concert Performance: Middle Eastern Ensemble Bowdoin College Concert Band: “Viva Italia!” Performance: Harpist Virginia Flanagan and the Bowdoin Chorus, “Harps of Gold” Next […]
This semester, senior Juliet Eyraud has been traveling to Portland once a week to teach an introductory computer programming class for English language learners.
“One of the difficulties with polling nowadays is the huge decline in the number of people of who respond to polls. Going from a high in the 1970s of around 80 percent, we’re now down to single digits.”
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Carolyn Wolfenzon Niego recalls time spent in Cuba during the reign of Fidel Castro. The Communist dictator died recently after nearly sixty years in power. I made my first trip to Cuba in 1988, thanks to a scholarship from the Municipal Ballet of Lima. For three months, I […]
” It is sad that now, with Fidel Castro out of the picture, and Obama soon to be also out of the picture, Cuban-American relations are at risk of deteriorating. Cubans do not deserve that, just as they did not deserve the abuses they had to endure after the 1959 revolution.”
Blanche Froelich, Bowdoin class of 2019, explains why she is especially intrigued by the Assyrian relief depicting the “Winged Spirit or Apkallu Anointing the Emperor.”
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will unveil the painting “The Battle of Gettysburg” by Isaac White Fisher Eaton on December 7
In this piece, Bowdoin College Museum of Art intern June Lei , class of 2018, reflects on the powerful impact the arts can have not only within the Museum, but across campus.
“Even in the liberal press (e.g. “El Pais”), columns and collected opinions by intellectuals from around Latin America were skeptical of his (Castro’s) legacy.”
“To make hosts of friends…”: Alumni, parents, and friends enjoyed an evening of good food and good conversation for Dinner with Six+ Polar Bears in the Bay Area and beyond.
On November 16th nearly 100 alumni and parents welcomed President Clayton Rose to Seattle, Washington. The event was held at the Museum of Flight in the Red Barn, the original Boeing factory.
“About ten million cases a year come through the site I oversee in Napa Valley, California. So anything related to wine quality control, taste, mixing and blending at the site, is my responsibility.”