On Friday, several students shared either their own personal story or relayed the stories of others.
The event, a collaboration between The McKeen Center’s What Matters series and Make Shift Coffee House, a Brunswick nonprofit that facilitates dialogue among people with different views, demonstrated the ability for the campus to consider new perspectives and for students to challenge their ideas and those of others among friends and unfamiliar faces.
Donning yellow shirts has been a campus tradition since 2005, when an anti-gay rights advocate spoke at campus.
Bowdoin celebrated academic excellence at the College’s annual Sarah and James Bowdoin Day Friday, October 19, 2018. The ceremony was held in Pickard Theater, Memorial Hall.
A lot goes on during Family Weekend, from the President’s Summer Research Symposium and Sarah and James Bowdoin Day, to concerts, art exhibitions, and talks. The annual event is a chance for family and friends to visit campus and learn about life at Bowdoin. Guests are invited to sit in on classes, attend a Q&A […]
“We want to break down barriers to entry, and figure out what would convince someone to come,” Director of Student Activities Nate Hintz said.
The ensemble is now “bigger than ever” as more students are involved with music on campus. “We’re already thinking about Mahler,” says director George Lopez.
Having suffered hardships himself, Juan Magalhães ’21 is giving back through community service. He’s currently raising money for a school improvement project in Thailand.