Bowdoin Legal Studies Instructor Isaacson ’70 to Argue Second Supreme Court Case

Government and Legal Studies adjunct professor George Isaacson ’70 is representing three national internet retailers in a case asking whether those companies should collect state sales taxes.

US Needs to Think More Strategically, Says General Anthony Zinni

The retired Marine Corps general and former head of US Central Command was the featured speaker in this year’s Everett P. Pope Lecture. He said the US needs to invest more money in education and in ‘soft power’ options, such as diplomatic resources and foreign aid.

Atlanta Area Alumni, Parents, and Friends Enjoy Happy Hour

Last Thursday, March 5, alumni, parents, and friends enjoyed a Bowdoin-Colby Happy Hour at New Realm Brewing Company.

Central Texas Alumni Attend Admissions Reception

On Thursday, March 29 and Friday, March 30, alumni in Central Texas gathered for a reception featuring Claudia Marroquin ’06, Director of Admissions.

A Q&A With Washington Insider and Economist Larry Lindsey ’76, H’93

The leading GOP economic commentator was on campus this week, providing a wide-ranging discussion and response to audience questions, moderated by President Clayton Rose.

Boston Polar Bears Treated to a Fabulous Evening with Assistant Professor of Sociology, Theo Greene

On March 22nd in Boston’s Seaport District, the Bowdoin LGBTIQA Network and Bowdoin in Boston were treated to a fabulous evening with Assistant Professor of Sociology, Theo Greene. Professor Greene delivered a fascinating talk titled “Gay Neighborhoods and Queer Placemaking in American Cities”.

Alumni & Parents Cook with Chris Toy ’77

On the first day of spring 2018, alumni and past parents gathered for a spectacular evening of learning, fun, and good food with a cooking demonstration led by Asian cooking guru Chris Toy ’77.

Sen. George Mitchell ’54 Urges No Return to Hard Border in Ireland

Speaking at an event to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Mitchell urged Brexit negotiators to avoid “economic decisions that cost jobs or create hardship in Northern Ireland.”