We publish Bowdoin Magazine three times a year and send it free of charge to all Bowdoin alumni, parents of current and recent undergraduates, members of the senior class, faculty and staff, and members of the Association of Bowdoin Friends.
Inside the Fall 2019 issue:
Bowdoin celebrates half a century of multicultural community and scholarship.
Pass It On
Her influence beyond the bench might be the biggest win for women’s basketball head coach Adrienne Shibles.
X Is for Exploration
It’s a fast-changing world, and students no longer “pick” a career when they pick their major. What does that mean for our Career Exploration and Development office?
Africana Studies and Me
In a web exclusive for Bowdoin Magazine, professor emeritus Randy Stakeman reflects on his nearly-thirty-year involvement with AF/AM at Bowdoin.
- Behind the Bouquet: If you’ve seen flowers on display at Bowdoin, chances are Amy Maloney arranged them.
- Welcome to Moliwood: Professional stuntman Anthony Molinari ’96 is drawn to tough roles. Illustrated and animated by Jess Rotter.
- A New Look for Russwurm: Artist Eurnice Harris talks about her artistic process painting a new portrait of John Brown Russwurm for the renovated Russwurm African American Center.
- Singing the Praises of the Common Good: Opera star Ryan Speedo Green recounts a personal and artistic journey.
- Exercising Kindness: Houston Kraft '11 is a professional speaker, kindness advocate, and cofounder of CharacterStrong.
- Skip Horween ’78 talks football and family.
- Amy Zee Haight ’96 builds a brand.
- Amy Hodges ’05 helps keep water clean.
- Andre Walcott ’12 studies behavior.
- Carrot-Zucchini Cake: An autumnal recipe from our executive editor and baker Alison Bennie.
- All About People: Scientist-turned-IT-director Michael Cato talks about the personal nature of technology and about innovation at Bowdoin.