Inside the Winter 2021 issue:
Professor Alex Marzano-Lesnevich interviews author Melissa Faliveno about writing our way in the world through stories.
Trying to make sense of 2020 is going to take a while—but Bowdoin faculty were teaching about the effects and ramifications of 2020 even as it was happening.
Eighty years ago, in a different kind of global maelstrom, an innovative new ship design helped turn the tide of war, and many of those vessels wore a Bowdoin name.
- Respond: Letters from our readers.
- Make Your Own Path: Olivia Raisner ’15 on communicating creatively.
- All Things Arctic: History and wonder abound in Bowdoin’s world-class Arctic museum, illustrated by Kelsey Oseid.
- Social Entrepreneurship: Alumni and students collaborate to turn fledgling ideas into businesses with a purpose beyond financial success.
- Lighthouse: Tour the newly expanded Schiller Coastal Studies Center.
- Reading Time: Listen to a series of weekly readings of poetry, stories, artist’s books, and more by Library staff and others.
- Reaching: Claudia Villar-Leeman ’15 contemplates friendship, temporality, and hope.