Story posted August 20, 2008
After all the folding chairs have been put away following Commencement ceremonies, things get very quiet on the Bowdoin campus — for about three days.
Then the College assumes its summer life. It's a time of rich community interchange, with academic workshops, athletics and summer camps, music and theater performances, summer jobs and internships — and a robust summer program that provides support for more than 100 Bowdoin student researchers who work side-by-side with faculty on real world research and scholarship.
Watch a short video of some Bowdoin faculty, staff, students and visitors, who share highlights of their summer activities at Bowdoin.