Bowdoin’s Decade in Review – Part I

From The Bowdoin Orient: In the past 10 years, under the leadership of a new College president, Bowdoin has taken on more than a dozen capital projects and renovations, boasts a net gain in endowment of $250 million despite two recessions, has enhanced its academic curriculum with new programs of study, and instituted new policies for student government and residential life. In this series, the Orient will present the most important stories of the decade, compiled from the Orient’s own archives and conversations with members of the campus community. In doing so, the series will identify stories that were important to students in the past, as well as examine their relevance to the College today. More…

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