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    More Recognition for Bowdoin Art Professor Jackie Brown

    Brown has been awarded a Maine Artist Fellowship by the Maine Arts Commission. Jackie’s work stems from an interest in nature, science, and a wholehearted belief in the arts to enrich the way we see, experience, and understand the world around us," said the Commission.

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    Preparing for an Effusion of Art at Annual Spring Show

    Students from every spring visual arts class exhibited their work at the annual Open House last week. They spent the week leading up to the Friday show finishing their pieces and preparing them for display.

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    A Cappella Groups Perform Final Songs of the Year

    At the end of the semester, Bowdoin's a cappella groups come together to give a finale performance. Last Friday, the six groups — plus the seniors in each group — performed at the First Parish Church.

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    Student 'Avant-Garb Magazine' Makes Debut

    Hailey Wozniak ’20 and Darius Riley ’19, with a team of twenty-five students, have created a new publication at Bowdoin called Avant-Garb Magazine to "reflect and celebrate the different styles and traditions of the student body."

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    Walking with Eyes Closed on the Quad

    The students and staff walked haltingly, with no apparent destination in mind, around the Quad. Some appeared to be making wide, sweeping circles. All of them had their eyes shut.

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    Audubon 'Birds of America' Page Turning with Craig Hupper '83

    June 1, 2018 | 12:30 PM
    Hawthorne Longfellow Library, Special Collections

    Join Special Collections & Archives staff for the monthly page-turning of Audubon's beautiful and majestic double-elephant folio Birds of America. This month's special guest is Craig Hupper '83, the grandson of Roscoe H. Hupper '07, who donated the majestic Audubon to the College in honor of his mother.

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