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A descendant of James Bowdoin II, the second governor of Massachusetts and the man for whom the College is named, and part of the Kennedys’ bridal party in 1953, Helen Spaulding led a fascinating life—and that’s just the beginning.
As election results were reported Tuesday night, nearly a dozen Bowdoin students were part of the action on WGME/CBS 13.
The exhibition is described as “an excellent launching point for thinking about how art works.”
The power of positive thinking is often touted by self-help gurus as the path out of hardship toward an improved quality of life. But, as a recent Newsweek article points out, a number of studies find that negative emotions have an important role to play in a person’s overall psychological health.
Shannon McCabe has spent the summer working on a fellowship program that redirects surplus farm produce to food pantries.
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 […]