In the third of four online events organized this fall by the Bowdoin history department to discuss The New York Times Magazine's "The 1619 Project," professors Rachel Sturman and Page Herrlinger offered insights based on their international expertise.
This summer, Dominique Johnson ’11 offered nine paid internships to Bowdoin students and recent graduates at her organization, the Center for Policing Equity. At least two have since been hired full-time.
A new remote course, run out of the Schiller Coastal Studies Center, analyzes the effects of ocean conditions on coral reefs. Students may be physically elsewhere, but this doesn’t stop them from running experiments with live data.
Being online is a lot different than feeling connected. These virtual groups and activities are creating ways for students to connect over shared experiences, new languages, and meaningful conversations.
Join us as President Clayton Rose kicks off the celebration of student research and creativity. Families, faculty, staff, and fellow students will then have the unique opportunity to independently explore student exhibitions of summer research through prerecorded videos.
Bestselling Canadian novelist Esi Edugyan will read from her work. Edugyan was born the daughter of Ghanian immigrants in Calgary, Alberta. Echoes of their experience can be found in her literary debut, The Second Life of Samuel Tyne, which was shortlisted for the 2005 Hurston-Wright Legacy Award.
Please join us as Katie Benner ’99, The New York Times Justice Department reporter, talks with legal scholar Dennis Hutchinson ’69 and longtime Court observer Nancy Bellhouse May ’78 about Ginsburg’s legacy, her successor, and the issues facing the Court.