“Send Offs” are a longtime Bowdoin tradition, going back at least twenty years in their current form. Some alumni have been hosting the parties for more than a decade. The parties happen around the country; this summer send off took place in Chicago,
Florida, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Maine, Minneapolis, New Jersey, and Boston.
At the recent North American Ornithology Congress in D.C., a few ornithologists gathered for a Bowdoin/Kent Island reunion.
The Bowdoin Club of Minnesota gathered for the 15th annual lobsterfest.
Dave Dankens ’81, his wife Anne-Sophie, and their children Juliette ’18, Sarah (Georgetown ’18), and Victor ’20 welcomed members of Bowdoin’s Class of 2020 and their families for a summer Send Off in Belmont, Massachusetts.
Shannon McCabe has spent the summer working on a fellowship program that redirects surplus farm produce to food pantries.
Food for the soul: student interns tend campus organic garden over the summer, providing food for Bowdoin Dining Services
How important is democracy as a political system? If society can be run in a way that gives everyone their fair share, what does it matter whether we have the right to vote or not?
The 90 degree heat didn’t stop Polar Bears from gathering to welcome First-Year students and their families to the Bowdoin community. Over 100 alumni, parents, students and guests gathered at the home of Ella Frederiksen Brown ’84 where the class of 2020 was fittingly represented by 20 classmates from all around the state. Mike LePage […]