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In response to the National Football League’s “Ballghazi” or “Deflategate” scandal, Professor of Physics Dale Syphers demonstrated for a local TV reporter how footballs can change pressure over the course of a game.
The January 2015 issue of Delta Sky Magazine contains a Q&A with Kenneth Chenault ’73, the chairman and CEO of American Express.
Bowdoin’s new collaboration with Dartmouth’s Tuck Business School is featured as one of “7 ways higher ed institutions are increasingly joining forces” on EducationDive.
Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Bracket Reed Professor of Government, weighs in on the rising stars in national politics in The New York Daily News article, “Hillary Clinton Could Be Democrats’ Sole Star after Midterm Elections Brought GOP Takeover.”
Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Bracket Reed Professor of Government, was tapped as a resource for the Vox piece, “How Barack Obama is Expanding Presidential Power — And What It Means for the Future.” The article points out that President Obama has continued many of President George W. Bush’s most controversial programs — but those actions, like […]
Andrew Rudalevige is everywhere these days. Bowdoin’s Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government has been tapped for insight and quoted in The Washington Post, The New York Times, and most recently, The New York Daily News.
In a Monday New York Times article, Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government, criticizes President Obama’s wield of unilateral power to advance his policy agenda. “The executive branch is not really set up to be a deliberative body like the Congress is,” Rudalevige told the paper. “The process is certainly stacked toward the policy preferences of the […]
The NCAA is celebrating former student-athletes with the launch of “NCAA After the Game,” a compilation of stories that recognize the accomplishments scored after their playing days.