Award-winning cinematographer Sam Levy visited Bowdoin last week to speak to students at Macmillan House about his professional journey and his understanding of cinematography.
Research by Liam Taylor ’17 is contributing to the effort by scientists to understand why birds that hunt for insects in mid-air, such as swallows, are declining across North America.
Wells looks back on his forty-plus college teaching career and offers some thoughts on the current Central American refugee crisis. This Friday scholars from around the nation converge on the Bowdoin campus for a Latin American symposium celebrating the career of the Roger Howell, Jr. Professor of History.
Students in the class Computational Creativity held a bake sale Friday to raise money for the local food pantry and let people taste their algorithm-generated cookies.
We have briefly described three student projects—in politics, marine biology, and theater/computer science—that will be part of the student research symposium Friday, where the full breadth of the liberal arts will be on display.
Assistant Professor of German Jens Elias Klenner praised Schlink’s introspective novel’s ability to “ask us to read again, more than once slowly,” and “to serve as a looking glass into a troubled times.”
“This building provides a physical and intellectual model for how the rest of the campus can think about engaging in interdisciplinary work across a raft of problems,” said President Clayton Rose. Furthermore, he added, “it is a super cool building!”
Darlene Ineza continues to investigate marginalized patients’ access to healthcare. But she has shifted her focus from Maine to her home country, which, almost a quarter century later, is still recovering from the trauma of its civil war and genocide.