Watch a speedy version of Bowdoin’s annual Thanksgiving meal in Thorne.
A group gathered at Memorial Flagpole on the quad Tuesday morning to listen to President Barry Mills’ tribute to Bowdoin soldiers.
Leodes Van Buren ’18 recently traveled to Chicago to watch the premier of a new documentary about him and other high school rugby players from South Los Angeles.
Samantha Caras ’15 and Samantha Hoegle ’17 organized a chem-free event Thursday evening to showcase Maine-made beverages — and the new student space at 52 Harpswell Rd.
“It wasn’t like anything I had ever experienced,” Kaylee Wolfe said. “The energy of birth — there’s an intensity and an atmosphere that accompanies it. You see the power of a woman’s body. It is awe-inspiring to me.”
The following groups, in order of appearance, performed at last Saturday night’s show: Taiko, Ursus Verses, Arabesque, BOKA, Middle Eastern Dance Ensemble, Vague, Bowdoin College Gospel Choir, Polar Bear Swing, Bellamafia, Bowdoin Cheer Squad, Broken, Miscellania, Anokha, Obvious and the Meddiebempsters.
Master Model Lego Builder Chris Steininger puts together a Bowdoin bear in mere minutes.
To kick off this semester’s weekly Food for Thought series, Ned Wang ’18 presented on the role of fashion in setting beauty standards and Ama Gyamerah ’17 discussed the culture of hair extensions.
Bowdoin students, as well as some staff and faculty, recently walked through campus while holding candles to raise awareness about sexual and domestic violence. Throughout the walk, which was silent to encourage reflection, the loudest sounds came from the rain falling on leaves and on the ground.
The student group Bowdoin Art Society received over a hundred art submissions for its annual show, “340 Miles North.”
Throughout the weekend, families at Bowdoin for Family Weekend attended classes, sports events, concerts and performances, and even a Haunted Bowdoin tour.
Thirty-two students have been trained in motivational interviewing techniques, and each has been assigned to interview 15 to 25 first-year students between mid-October and mid-November.
Campus Quad, a new tool developed by a start-up in California, is designed to make it easier for college communities to spread the word about events and programs.
Each fall, Bowdoin Queer Straight Alliance hands out hundreds of yellow T-shirts to the Bowdoin community to wear in support of the College’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning members.
In advance of Halloween, the Craft Center on Wednesday night offered a pop-up class to help students prepare for the holiday.
Students gathered at 24 College Street on a recent Friday night for a “pop-up coffeehouse,” a new phenomenon at Bowdoin.
A panel of alumni recently visited Bowdoin to speak to students, many of them aspiring healthcare workers, about the importance of diversity in medicine.
This year’s annual Do’s and Don’ts Fashion Show at Bowdoin featured students, faculty, staff and one VIP modeling the right and the very wrong sorts of attire students should wear to office jobs and interviews.
A martial Monk from China, Master Zhong Xuechao (a.k.a Master Bing) recently visited Bowdoin College to talk about his life in the Wudang Mountains, a centuries-old center of Taoism.
Andrew Haeger ’16 organized a beginners’ fly fishing workshop on the quad Thursday afternoon after the rains finally let up.