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There are several reasons why the Trump administration may wish Congress to pass a new updated version of the Authorization for the Use of Military Force, writes Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government Andrew Rudalevige in The Washington Post.
A documentary film by comedian Hari Kondabul ’04 explores how one of the world’s most popular television shows has helped stereotype south Asian people.
The problem is figuring out exactly what a new AUMF would look like. “Some in Congress want to simply empower the president. Others want to limit his autonomy,” writes Rudalevige in The Washington Post.
As well as helping low income students get into college, Hastings is also focused on helping them graduate, as evidenced by his recent $5 million gift to Bowdoin.
Political science professor tells US News & World it’s tough to predict, but recent electoral setbacks may signal start of midterm slump for President Trump.
The Charlotte, NC-based doctor is raising money to help patients who need transplants and to raise awareness of the issue. He will be joined for part of the runs by his sister and niece, who are also Bowdoin Colleges graduates.
Babson, a former World Bank economist with extensive experience in Asia, was a recent guest on Maine Public Radio’s daily call-in program ‘Maine Calling,’ to discuss the issues facing Trump on his Asia trip.