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Responding to a study recently released by Northwestern University, Scott MacEachern said Britain’s nineteenth century colonization of the Gold Coast was likely a factor in hastening food insecurity in Ghana’s Banda district.
One of the notable aspects of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has been what The Christian Science Monitor refers to as “the way the blustery billionaire keeps promising to do things that are likely beyond the limits of presidential authority set by the Constitution of the United States.” Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of […]
Former US Secretary of Defense Secretary William Cohen ’62, H’75 has been tapped by BBC News to serve as a world affairs analyst on its broadcasts, including the Washington-based “BBC World News America.”
Burt Kwouk ’53, a British character actor of Asian descent best remembered for his role as Inspector Clouseau’s manservant Cato in the Pink Panther movies, died May 24, according to The Washington Post. Kwouk was born in England but grew up in Shanghai before studying at Bowdoin, where he earned a degree in government. After graduation […]
Jean Yarbrough, Bowdoin’s Gary M. Pendy Professor of Social Sciences and author of Theodore Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition (University Press of Kansas, 2014), talks about comparisons between Roosevelt and Donald Trump on the syndicated radio program The Howie Carr Show.
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art recently added an Egyptian portrait created nearly 2,000 years ago to its esteemed collections.
The event features hundreds of new releases and live in-store appearances across the nation from artists including Metallica, Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash, and Mumford and Sons.