Rael said the two men differed “in one critical respect: They stood at opposite ends of the history of slavery’s long demise.”
President Clayton S. Rose’s remarks, August 22, 2017. Good afternoon! Good afternoon. This is one of the coolest days of the year for us and in life in general. I’m Clayton Rose, I’m the president of Bowdoin College. I’ve had a chance to meet some of you today and look forward to meeting as many […]
President Clayton Rose was a guest on the Maine Magazine podcast, where he spoke about the value of a liberal arts education and the importance of engaging with subject matter that you’re not comfortable with, and people you don’t agree with.
Emotional scenes on campus on August 22, 2017, as the Class of 2021 moved into their dorm rooms. Student helpers were on hand as carloads of incoming first years and their families arrived in Brunswick from all corners of the country.
The year 1967 was the most important year for Latin American narrative. This was the year in which One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, was published, and when the city of Macondo was built into people’s imagination. This year, and particularly this novel, gave Latin American writers an international visibility they did not have before.