Alumni

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.

Tyler Micoleau ’91 Nominated for Tony Award

Micoleau received his nomination on his lighting work on The Band’s Visit—his first Broadway musical after twenty-five years working on the New York stage. The show, a musical about a group of Egyptian musicians who mistakenly arrive at a small town in the Israeli desert, received eleven Tony nominations.

Slideshow: Reunion 2018. Day One

Reunion Weekend 2018 got underway Thursday, May 31, as alumni young and old traveled from near and far to reconnect.

Freeport Honors Joan Benoit Samuelson ’79 with New High School Track and Field

The Joan Benoit Samuelson Track and Field formally opened on May 18, 2018, the culmination of a three-year effort. Retired lawyer John Paterson ’66 played a key role in raising money for the $4.5-million facility.

2018 Common Good, Alumni Council Awards To Be Presented Reunion Weekend

Three awards honoring outstanding leadership and service to the College will be presented during Reunion Convocation June 2, 2018.

Memorial Weekend Tribute: A Shout-Out to Bowdoin Grads in the Service

As the nation honors its veterans, past and present, this Memorial Day, Bowdoin College recognizes alumni who are currently serving their country. Here are messages from four of them.

Bowdoin College’s 2018 Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon

Bowdoin’s yearly Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon, which took place Thursday, May 10, in Thorne Hall, brought together hundreds of students with the donors—the alumni, parents, and friends of the College—who have provided the financial support that makes a Bowdoin education possible for them.

Trustees Elect Members and Vice Chair, Recognize Dedicated Service to the College

The Bowdoin College Board of Trustees appointed a new vice chair, elected four new members, and reelected four others during meetings held on campus May 10-11, 2018, during which the board also recognized the valued contributions to the College by members of the faculty, staff, and board of trustees, and approved a number of renovation and construction projects.