In a short film made for Chinese TV, Adams describes how her fascination with China began at Bowdoin. She is now a doctor of internal medicine in New York City, where she works with the city’s Chinese population.
A quickly sold out event at Carnegie Hall drew a large crowd of alumni and parents in New York City.
Richard E. Burns, a member of the Class of 1958, has served the College, as one staff member noted, “with determination, ambition, and heart.” Among his many volunteer leadership roles for Bowdoin is that of class agent for the last twenty-four years.
Three awards honoring outstanding leadership and service to the College will be presented during Reunion Convocation June 2, 2018.
Victoria Paulick Keding, a member of the Class of 1998, is a pioneer and leader in the field of environmental education, having spearheaded a movement in southwestern Africa to help communities benefit from, and conserve their unique natural environment.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s interest in nostalgia is the focus of the upcoming Longfellow Days in Brunswick—a series of events held annually to honor the life and work of the celebrated poet, a Bowdoin graduate of 1825,