Bowdoin Students of Japanese Win Top Honors

Bowdoin Japanese language students Tianchen Zhou ’14, Alexandra Mathieu ’15 and Justin Ehringhaus ’16 all placed in a recent Japanese language contest organized by the Consulate General of Japan in Boston. The 4th Annual Japanese Language Contest took place in Brookline, Mass. last weekend. Zhou won first place and Mathieu came in second for the advanced essay division. Ehringhaus placed second in the advanced speech division.

Photos by Anna Aridome

thumb:“Investigation of UV Reflectance Patterns off the Scales of Carrasius auratus as an Important Factor for Female Mate Choice,” by Varun Wadia '15 and mentors Richmond Thompson and Madeleine Msall (photo by Catherine Yochum ’15)