Geoff Flint ’94 finds it difficult to narrow down his reasons for coming to Bowdoin. “I chose Bowdoin for a variety of reasons including its high academic standards, its small size, its shared love of the outdoors, the beautiful campus with New England charm, and my own love for coastal Maine.” He adds, “I also […]
I believe in Bowdoin. As a student in the 1970s, it opened me up to unlimited possibilities and afforded me academic and extracurricular opportunities that helped shape me as a person. I have always felt it was important to give back to the college to insure that it can continue to shape the leaders of tomorrow. For the past decade, my annual gifts have gone toward funding a summer internship with the Maine Nature Conservancy for a student interested in environmental studies.
“Bowdoin is a special place for us. Our Bowdoin experience benefited us tremendously,” they explain, noting that Jenny traveled abroad for the first time courtesy of a French Department endowment, and Joe traveled to Asia as part of a Sociology class.Giving to Bowdoin is important to us, because we want current students to have similarly meaningful experiences. We decided to use the Sundial Circle to make sure that we never forget to donate to Bowdoin!”