Inside the Spring/Summer 2023 issue:
Meet Safa R. Zaki, psychologist and cognitive scientist, distinguished scholar and leader, accomplished cook and aspiring gardener—and Bowdoin’s sixteenth president.
Ian Ellis James ’74 (a.k.a. William Electric Black) uses lessons he learned at Sesame Street to spark knowledge in kids that just might save their lives.
Bowdoin professors Barbara Weiden Boyd and Marilyn Reizbaum discuss ways that classes they teach in different disciplines, set millennia apart, circle similar stories.
- Ready Player: Aidan Carey ’24, an infielder for Bowdoin baseball, has an off-campus job that takes him to campuses all over: he’s a college hockey official.
Words Sent to My Friend: Nora Biette-Timmons ’14 reflects on the arrest of her classmate Evan Gershkovich and on risks to journalists around the globe.
Cizuka Seki ’99, who owns the DC-based Izakaya Seki with her father, shares a recipe for salmon (or tuna) tataki.
- The Art of Advising: Anita Heriot ’88 uses her knowledge of art and collecting to help collectors and investors acquire and sell art and other valuables.