The trio’s next stop will be The Basic School in Quantico Va., where they will spend six months studying war-fighting philosophy, the practical application of combat doctrine, and the art of leadership.
On Saturday, April 29, 2017, alumni gathered at B/Spoke Studios in Boston for a private indoor-cycling class. Following the workout, the group of twenty-five enjoyed refreshments provided by co-host Kat Armstrong ’08. The event was organized and hosted by B/Spoke instructor Ann Unger ’08 and Kat Armstrong ’08.
The Bowdoin College Board of Trustees granted tenure to a faculty member, re-elected five members of the board, and recognized the valued contributions to the College by members of the faculty, staff and board of trustees during meetings held on campus May 11-13, 2017.
“CNN business anchor Tom Cassidy kept his private life separate from his public life. Three decades ago he had to. But then he was diagnosed with AIDS.” So begins the introduction of a 1990 podcast on Tom Cassidy ’72, who bequeathed money to Bowdoin for a lectureship that brings prominent reporters to campus each year. Cassidy died in 1991 at age 41.
Marathon matriarch Joan Benoit Samuelson ’79 was in Italy as history was made in the world of long distance running May 6, 2017.