Alumni

Kayak Odyssey of Michael Perry ’74 Subject of Documentary

A Bowdoin graduate who circumnavigated New England by kayak over thirty-two years is featured in an eleven-minute documentary film produced by the outdoor retailer L.L.Bean, called One Week at a Time. Michael Perry ’74, along with three friends, paddled along the Maine coast into Atlantic Canada, down into the St. Lawrence River, ending up in […]

Bowdoin Rowing Community Bids Fond Farewell to Coach Gil Birney

Head coach Birney is stepping down after twenty-two years at Bowdoin. An endowment fund for the rowing club, established in his honor, has raised more than $250,000. Birney is being succeeded by assistant coach Doug Welling.

Tyler Micoleau ’91 Wins Tony Award for Stage Lighting on ‘The Band’s Visit’

On his Broadway debut, Micoleau has picked up a prestigious Tony Award for his work on the hit musical The Band’s Visit, which picked up a total of ten awards.

Young Alumni Celebrate at Post Commencement Reception

On Saturday, May 26, more than 120 young alumni showed up for an afternoon reception at Portland Pie after celebrating the Class of 2018 at the Commencement Ceremony.

Slideshow: Reunion 2018. Day Three

There were award ceremonies, public lectures, live music, dancing, and, of course, lobsters. Check out these images from day three of the Bowdoin 2018 Reunion.

Bowdoin Grads Produce Documentary on South African Comedians

Hannah Rafkin and Meg Robbins, both class of 2017, examine how black South African comedians are using their mother tongue, rather than English, to win over their audiences and tackle important issues.

Slideshow: Reunion 2018. Day Two.

Check out these images, as near-perfect weather conditions provided the backdrop for day two of the 2018 Bowdoin Reunion.

Kudos for Winemaker Jim Anderson ’88

Anderson has been awarded a “perfect 100” by Wine Enthusiast magazine for one of his pinot noirs. He is cofounder and winemaker at Patricia Green Cellars in Oregon.