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 2023 issue:
Hard, Wonderful Life
At Buckwheat Blossom Farm, Amy McDougal Burchstead ’98 and her husband, Jeff, nourish animals, forest, soil, and family in every season.
Erica Berry ’14 writes about discovering that she, a nineteenth-century recluse and Bowdoin alum, and the wolves she was studying and writing about were all connected.
Portrait of a Presidency
Clayton Rose reflects on eight years of growth and progress at the College, the challenges and joys of leadership in times of tumult, and why now is the time to step aside.
- Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity: Debra Sanders ’77 reflects on a career with the FBI
- A True Shaggy Dog Story: Ian Morrison ’24 helps tell the tale of a man and his dog.
Moments with Dad: Doug Stenberg ’79 reminisces on life with Terry Stenberg ’56—his memorable, musical father.
- Antwan Phillips ’06 is changing narratives in his home state of Arkansas.
- Emily Tong ’11 explores—and photographs—the road less traveled.
- Caleb Pershan ’12 took his love for writing and food and mixed up a career.
- Dean Eduardo Pazos Palma evaluates and adjusts Bowdoin’s social pendulum with the cadence of tradition.
Bowdoin Dining shares a creamy warming poblano soup from the Just Like Home files.