Elizabeth McGrath of Colby College presented a lecture on ‘Tracing the Formation of Massive Galaxies in the Early Universe’ in Searles Science Building.
Bowdoin a cappella group The Longfellows performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the Boston Celtics game December 3, 2013, at the TD Garden.
On the heels of its fourth NCAA Division III title in seven years, the field hockey team shows gratitude for the year that was in a video produced by the team’s assistant coach, Shannon Malloy.
The Bowdoin International Music Festival (BIMF) announced Saturday that David and Phillip Ying have been named co-artistic directors. An organization independent of the College, BIMF brings renowned soloists, performers, artist instructors, and gifted pre-professional classical musicians from around the world to the Bowdoin campus during the summer for six weeks of intensive chamber music study, collaboration, and performance.
Dozens of students hit the road for the third-annual BizTech Trek.
Bowdoin’s student faith groups came together last Sunday night, Nov. 24, for an inaugural Interfaith Service of Gratitude and Thanksgiving.
Nine students pursued independent photography projects that displayed a range of ideas and objects, yet shared a common theme — photography’s power to allow us to see the world anew.
A Men’s Summit, organized by Sam King ’14 and sponsored by Student Activities, brought male students together to do what men so seldom do: be vulnerable.
Every semester, the student run Bowdoin College Finance Society organizes a stock market contest open to all students, encouraging players to invest their fake cash in bonds, stocks, mutual funds, etc. The point is to help familiarize students with the stock market without risking losing real money.
Students gathered on the steps of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on Friday night in honor of the victims of typhoon Haiyan, which ravaged the Philippines several weeks ago. Over 5,000 people were killed in the tropical storm, which slammed the country Nov. 8. Thousands are injured and missing, and millions of homes were destroyed.
BBC Radio 4 recently came to Brunswick to visit the Harriet Beecher Stowe house and interview Tess Chakkalakal about the impact of Stowe’s novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.”
Lonnie Hackett ’14 lives by the motto, “If not us, then who? If not now, then when?” This philosophy has driven Hackett to doing something out of the ordinary for a college student. In his junior year, Hackett founded Healthy Kids Brighter Future, a charity dedicated to improving the health and quality of education for children in Lusaka, Zambia.
After winning the National Championship Sunday morning, the Bowdoin field hockey team returned to campus with a police escort and cheering fans waiting outside Watson Arena.
Photographer Accra Shepp of Pratt Institute, soon-to-be Visiting Artist in Residence at Bowdoin, records the natural and social phenomena that surround him to bring those subjects into focus for others.
The Outing Club teamed up with the The Office of Religious and Spiritual life to throw a high-energy contra dance at the Schwartz Outdoor Leadership Center Friday evening, Nov. 22.
Bowdoin’s Andy Rudalevige and Janet Martin offer commentary on the recent Senate change that limits the use of filibusters.
Bowdoin art students recently presented their work in the exhibition, Chronometry, The Art of Time, in the new Edwards Center for Art and Dance.
After doing research on Vinalhaven, Associate Professor of Education Nancy Jennings realized about a decade ago that these relatively isolated schools offer Bowdoin students the chance to observe how island educators teach subjects that reflect and enhance their communities.
Students aspiring to careers at art museums gathered on campus recently to hear the professional stories and insights from the team who works at Bowdoin’s Museum of Art, as well as from invited guest Elizabeth Cartland ’99, who works at the Portland Museum of Art.
At an interdisciplinary panel held on campus recently, Associate Government and Legal Studies Professor Allen Springer, Marine Geologist Peter Slovinsky and earth and oceonographic major Cameron Adams ’14 came together to explore the global and local impacts and responses to sea level rise.