Bowdoin student actors recently tackled a new adaptation of one of Russian theater’s most outstanding plays. Under the direction of theater professor Abigail Killeen, they staged several performances of Anton Chekov’s “Three Sisters.”
This semester Bowdoin College is welcoming seven new tenure-track faculty members in a variety of fields, from ethnomusicology to computer science and mathematics, by way of government, biology, and anthropology.
D'Alauro had more than 35,000 DVDs on his hands when his movie rental business folded last year. Now he's found a home for some of them. Library director Marjorie Hassen says the new titles will complement Bowdoin's existing collection and fill gaps in the curriculum covering a range of subjects.
Sizable grants were awarded to pursue research in the areas of biology, chemistry, oceanography, neuroscience, and anthropology. Dean for Academic Affairs Elizabeth McCormack said it’s been a banner year for the College.