Women’s Resource Center
Students packed into the Bowdoin Women’s Resource Center recently to hear a recent talk from Susan Faludi on one of her areas of expertise: women in the media.
Date-apalooza is the latest Bowdoin incarnation of what used to be known as Date Week or Date Month, an annual tradition at the college to promote healthy relationships and new connections.
A panel of five staff and faculty members recently gathered in Kresge Auditorium to answer student questions about the state of feminism today and its manifestation at Bowdoin.
For the fourth year, the Bowdoin Women’s Resource Center has teamed up with the Outing Club to offer a popular series of women-only expeditions throughout the academic year.
Over 150 Bowdoin students stood in silence, in the flickering light of candles, outside the Bowdoin College Museum of Art the evening of Oct. 23. They were about to start a silent walk around campus in honor of Take Back the Night, a march held worldwide to protest against all forms of sexual violence.
Newton is one of six volunteer coaches — five Bowdoin students and one Bowdoin employee — who this year offered six weeks of Women’s Swimming Lessons at the Farley pool.
More than 60 students who were identified as campus leaders joined 14 faculty and staff to talk about women and leadership, and more specifically, women leadership at Bowdoin.
This year, women at Bowdoin have been scaling rock walls, rafting down swollen rapids, catching waves at a popular surfing beach and wielding chainsaws.