“It’s Time to Bring Evan Home,” writes the WSJ editor, as Gershkovich spends his 250th day in Russian captivity. Meanwhile, the reporter’s family say they’re “keeping a seat reserved for Evan” as the holiday season approaches.
Psychology professor Hannah Reese’s pioneering treatment methods receive a boost as she leads a five-year clinical trial in collaboration with John Hopkins University exploring new ways of helping those with Tourette’s and similar tic disorders.
Two alumni have been honored by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Alain Mathieu '12 and Chareeda Rustanavibul '18 have both been included on the 2023 list of Ten Outstanding Young Leaders by the Chamber and its young professional platform, City Awake.
Michelle Zauner, leader of the alternative pop band Japanese Breakfast and this semester’s Santagata lecturer, spoke about her sudden rise to fame after publishing her book, Crying in H Mart, and her struggles with identity in the public eye. Zauner was one of the inaugural speakers for Bowdoin’s Asian American Reckonings initiative.
Record Store Day’s Black Friday releases include a reissued recording by avant-garde jazz pioneer Marion Brown ’74, who was also on the faculty at Bowdoin and after whom a new annual prize is awarded for emerging composers.