Bowdoin Magazine

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 Spring/Summer 2024 issue:

Bowdoin Magazine Spring/Summer 2024


Prince of Tweeds

Founder of The Andover Shop Charlie Davidson ’48 was a man of many passions. His friend and employee Mor Sene shared both his talent for tailoring and his taste in music.

What the World Needs Now

Employers in the Bowdoin community tell us what qualities we need most in young workers and what students can do to best prepare for their careers.

Long Overdue

Her own 25th Reunion COVID-postponed, Elise Juska ’95 channeled her feelings into a new novel, Reunion, excerpted here.


Founders of the Sad Dads, Rob Reider '07 and Jay Tansey '07

  • Worst Club, Best Members: Rob Reider ’07 and Jay Tansey ’07 teamed up with Chris Piasecki, husband of Sarah Piasecki ’09, to form Sad Dads Club, a peer-to-peer community to support dads through the grief of loss.
  • Cultivating Courage: As a student, Paul Wang ’24 worked to make Bowdoin Student Government more united and effective, felt inspired by those around him— and fished whenever he could.
  • New York Times recipe contributor and new cookbook author Lidey Heuck ’13 shares a recipe for a perfect summer salad.




Derry Rundlett ’68

  • Dream Weaver: Lawyer Derry Rundlett ’68 counts impersonating Elvis Presley, who said “Every dream I ever dreamed has come true a hundred times,” among his many roles.