‘If I Were President…’ Geoffrey Canada ’74, Stephen Hannock ’74 (New York Times)

Geoffrey Canada '74 (left), Stephen Hannock '74.

Amid the media’s preoccupation with “two contrived priorities: the debt ceiling and a presidential election that’s 15 months away,” the New York Times opinion page features input from a range of Americans who are not part of the political machine offering what they would do if they were president.

Among them are Geoffrey Canada ’74, president and CEO of the Harlem Children’s Zone, and renowned artist Stephen Hannock ’74.

 

One thought on “‘If I Were President…’ Geoffrey Canada ’74, Stephen Hannock ’74 (New York Times)

  1. Joe Leghorn '74

    Of the 12 individuals selected by the New York Times, Bowdoin’s Class of 1974 is well represented, certanly over represented in this small sample, with Geoff and fellow clasmate Steve Hannock among the group. While Steve receieved his degree from another insitution, to many of us, he has always been and will always be a part of the Class of 1974. Both Geoff and Steve have always been strong supporters of Bowdoin and its mission. Congratulations to them for being selected to add their and in some measure all of our voices to the discussion about the challenges confronting our country. Hear, hear!

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