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2010

Let Joy Be Unconfined

Story posted September 02, 2010

In honor of four decades of dance at Bowdoin, and in recognition of the ways in which the dance program is inclusive and expansive, we decided to take the dancers out of their typical performance spaces and photograph them appearing in campus spots both familiar and unexpected.

Fortune's Good Fortune: Beth Kowitt '07

Story posted September 01, 2010

Led by Editor Andy Serwer '81 and—for many years—publisher Hugh Wiley '82, Fortune magazine also has writers Katie Benner '99 and Beth Kowitt '07
putting their words to work for the revered global business publication.

Fortune's Good Fortune: Katie Benner '99

Story posted September 01, 2010

Led by Editor Andy Serwer '81 and—for many years—publisher Hugh Wiley '82, Fortune magazine also has writers Katie Benner '99 and Beth Kowitt '07
putting their words to work for the revered global business publication.

Fortune's Good Fortune: Hugh Wiley '82

Story posted September 01, 2010

Led by Editor Andy Serwer '81 and—for many years—publisher Hugh Wiley '82, Fortune magazine also has writers Katie Benner '99 and Beth Kowitt '07
putting their words to work for the revered global business publication.

The Job of Finding Work

Story posted September 01, 2010

Bowdoin's Career Planning Center uses real world experience to share the secrets of success.

Fortune's Good Fortune: Andy Serwer '81

Story posted August 18, 2010

Led by Editor Andy Serwer '81 and—for many years—publisher Hugh Wiley '82, Fortune magazine also has writers Katie Benner '99 and Beth Kowitt '07
putting their words to work for the revered global business publication.

Jim, fishing in the fog.

Leading by Example: James S. Lentz (1927-2009)

Story posted May 11, 2010

Jim Lentz, who died on July 22, 2009, at age 82, was an integral member of the Bowdoin community for 41 years—half his life—as Head Football Coach, then Coordinator of Physical Education and Director of the Outing Club, and Outing Club Director Emeritus. Jim was an old-school man of few words, not a man of formal titles, and he exemplified the qualities that he valued: thoughtfulness, hard work …

Walker Art Building

To Make the Old New

Story posted May 07, 2010

New Bowdoin College Museum of Art Director Kevin Salatino Has a Vision.

Left to right: Chris Omachi '12, Shelly Levin '10, Julie Hewitt '11, and Zander Abbott '08.

The Leadership Business

Story posted May 06, 2010

Bowdoin’s Leadership Training program requires more than 350 hours of learning. When they are done, participants in the program will be certified as Wilderness First Responders, be proficient at map and compass navigation, understand trip planning and logistics, be able to use and fix all kinds of gear, and cook in the wilderness – skills they can put to use for outdoor adventures for years to come. But the most valuable skill, the one they will use in their jobs, their community work, and lives, is the one perhaps hardest to teach – how to lead.

Life Lessons

Story posted May 06, 2010

In the turbulent times of today, Bowdoin alumni from some of our older classes remember other times of trouble and reflect on what ended up mattering most.