Three alumni recently visited campus to enlighten students on how to break into the technology or sports broadcasting fields.
As fans reared up on their feet, whistling and whooping for Bowdoin’s football team, seniors Emi Gaal and Dana White guarded their game posts: four large trash bins. “We’re helping people sort their trash!” they explained, and directed the nearest heaver of a half-eaten hot dog to the appropriate bin.
MacMillan House, one of Bowdoin’s college houses, recently kicked off a new event for students called The Polar Bear Tales. The theme of the inaugural evening of storytelling was first love.
Two sophomores interested in computer science wanted to provide more opportunities for women at Bowdoin to discover the joys of working with computers. So this fall, they formed the student group Bowdoin Women in Computer Science.
On a recent Saturday morning, Bowdoin professors of chemistry, English, biology and sociology gathered at the newly renovated 52 Harpswell residence hall to give short talks on gardening and organic food.
If students at Bowdoin pledge to follow 20 specific actions to use less energy, to recycle more and to take other such sustainable measures, they receive an emblem for their dorm room door marking the space as a “green dorm room.”
Three Bowdoin alumni joined together to show students a multitude of ways to become involved in the dynamic and ever-growing health care sector. Don Blanchon ’86, Lisa McElaney ’77, and Zander Abbott ’08 emphasized that varied skill sets, motivated minds, creativity, and passion are crucial attributes of those leading the health care effort in today’s environment.
To draw attention to the educational work it does with prison inmates, the College Guild, a Brunswick-based nonprofit, recently invited members of Bowdoin’s Slam Poetry Society to perform writings by prisoners.
In what has become a fall tradition, Student Activities last Friday threw its annual evening soiree at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and invited the entire student body.
In an enduring and popular 15-year-old tradition, 432 students and 35 staff, faculty, alumni and family members fanned out across the region last Saturday to accomplish good deeds.
This summer, seven Bowdoin students received Global Citizens Grant travel funds to work with grassroots organizations in communities around the world. In their own words, the students reflect on their international experiences.
A group of students gathered recently in the upstairs hall of Massachusetts Hall to hear an Episcopal priest address a question that has likely has crossed the minds of many young people (and perhaps those of their parents well): When would they finally be adults? Rev. Frank Strasburger, author of Growing Up: Limiting Adolescence in a World Desperate for Adults, was Princeton’s chaplain […]
The office of Career Planning took advantage of the presence of 28 alumni on campus last week to arrange its job-related version of speed dating, or what it calls “speed networking.”
Two students have partnered with Bowdoin’s dean of multicultural student programs to create a new coalition designed to strengthen the collaboration among the College’s many multicultural student groups.
More than 30 students gathered in the Main Lounge of Moulton Union last week to recount their summer stories. And they were far from your ordinary summer anecdotes of, say, summer flings, trips to the beach house, suntanning mishaps, etc.
One bus and eight cars were needed to carry the 104 Bowdoin students to New York City to join the People’s Climate March.
Australian comedian Aamer Rahman recently performed his show, “The Truth Hurts,” in Pickard Theater. He captured the audience with one engrossing story after another, cracking jokes about Muslims, Australians, South Asians — most races, actually —as well as terrorism, racism and social media.
A Q&A with Timothy Diehl, Bowdoin Career Planning’s director, on what he and his staff are doing now to help seniors prepare for life after Bowdoin.
All six of Bowdoin’s student a cappella groups performed recently in the Bowdoin Chapel to show off their talents and attract new singers.
Bowdoin Career Planning recently invited three Bowdoin alumni and entrepreneurs to campus to speak to students about their careers in finance.