The move to remote learning creates a perfect opportunity for theater professor Abigail Killeen to introduce a new class. Acting for the Camera encourages students to take advantages of the spaces they find themselves in.
Assistant Professor of Government Maron Sorenson shares her insight into the life and legacy of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died September 18, 2020, on Maine Public Radio’s Maine Calling.
"We are trying to still get them out there and to show them Maine," marine biology lab instructor Bethany Whalon said. "We’re trying to give them the Bowdoin experience, even though they're not present."
The first African American attorney general of the US, Eric Holder oversaw efforts to address many critical issues at the intersection of law and public policy, including national security investigations; landmark antitrust, environmental, fraud, and tax cases; the defense of voting rights and marriage equality; and reform of the federal criminal justice system.