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 Winter 2021 issue:
Fueled by the Grappling
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.
On the Prow of Liberty
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.
- David D. Daniels III ’76 on intersections of history and faith.
- Shelley Hearne ’83 advocates for public health.
- Kendall Burman ’00 focuses on hidden threats.
- Viraj Gandhi ’14 slays dragons..
- A hearty clam chowder recipe from Sara Sheehy Finnerty ’93.
- Jamie Russo ’01 talks about how COVID-19 has affected the travel industry.