Arthur C. Brooks, a well-known social scientist, economist, public-policy analyst, and columnist, will make two visits to Bowdoin next year during the fall and spring semesters for intellectually invigorating discussions and lectures.
Students headed to Washington, DC, over the spring break on the second Bowdoin Public Service Initiative. The program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to delve into topics around government and public policy work.
When Annie Rose ’20 received a Maine Community Fellowship from Bowdoin last summer to work for a homeless organization in Brunswick, she was taken aback to learn there were two shelters in this small town—and that even they could not handle the demand for services.
Government Professor Alyssa Grahame says the financial meltdown of 2008 and the rise in popularity of democratic socialist Bernie Sanders are both factors behind the apparent resurgence of socialism in the US.
Featuring presentations by specialists in transitional justice, truth commissions, and narratives of political violence, this colloquium will reflect on the challenges of building sustainable peace in post-conflict contexts.
You've got 50 million songs in your pocket. Now what? In this data-driven and demo-laden talk we explore how we use all types of music data at Spotify to help us better understand music and improve the music listening experience.