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Museum of Art Co-Director Frank Goodyear has been making the media rounds, discussing 'American Cool.'
Five Bowdoin faculty members have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure.
Students who participated in 2014 service-based Alternative Winter Break came together recently for a dinner to reflect on their winter service.
Maine Public Broadcasting Network’s call-in program, Maine Calling, invited Bowdoin political scientist Laura Henry, along with three other Russian experts, onto its program Wednesday.
Seeking to “go beyond the headlines,” the two experts delivered their candid perspectives on the games. Jane Knox shared her knowledge of the history and culture of the region while Laura Henry shed light on the politics surrounding the event.
The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum and Arctic Studies Center has announced the publication of North by Degree: New Perspectives on Arctic Exploration, a collection of papers on the history of late 19th-century and early 20th-century Arctic exploration.
Maine Governor Paul LePage took to the airwaves February 4, 2014, to deliver his third State of the State address, and mentioned his experience with Bowdoin students.
This is the third year Assistant Director of Career Planning Meg Springer has organized the symposium, which exposes students to nonprofit jobs in the region and helps them meet leaders of local organizations.
Frank Goodyear, co-director of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, has co-curated "American Cool," an exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery featuring 100 photographs of icons who have contributed an original artistic vision to American culture and are symbolic figures of their time. The exhibition opens February 7 and runs through September 7, 2014.
Direct from the College's studio, Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government, appeared on the PBS NewsHour January 30, 2014, weighing in on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address and how the president's agenda is shaped amid partisan politics.
The Bowdoin's history department is offering a new summer fellowship program that is designed to support students pursuing a wide range of history projects.
A one-day bone marrow drive on campus last week registered 821 people as potential bone marrow donors, the majority of them students.
“One thing that many biologists do is revel in the beauty of what we see,” says biology department chair Bruce Kohorn - and right now there's an entire art exhibit to prove his point, on view in the Fishbowl of the Visual Arts Center.
Over 50 first-year and upperclass students gathered in Daggett Lounge this week for the year’s first meeting of Generous Enthusiasts, a mentoring initiative launched in 2012.
The short film "Rooms," by Bowdoin's Paul Sarvis, will be screened as part of the 42nd annual "Dance on Camera Festival" at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City.
The images presented in the current Hawthorne-Longfellow Library exhibit, "Visualizing Uncle Tom," are so disturbing that a university in Great Britain decided they were too risky to present to the public.
Watch news coverage of Bowdoin's man of steel, Sculptor in Residence John Bisbee, and his latest exhibition, "New Blooms," at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont.
Over winter break, Bowdoin Career Planning and Bowdoin Alumni Relations organized a series of networking events for hundreds of students and alumni in cities across the country.
Most nights for the Bowdoin men's hockey team, an overtime win against an arch-rival would be considered the highlight of the evening. But on Friday, January 24, several distinguished members of the armed forces took center ice at Watson Arena and borrowed the spotlight from the victorious Polar Bears.
For many months, Alithea MacFarlane ’14 and Courtney Payne ’15 have been planning a one-day program at Bowdoin to investigate social justice and diversity in the environmental movement.