Bowdoin College

Moments at Bowdoin College

Polar bear weather.

Massachusetts Hall in snow.
Massachusetts Hall in autumn.
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Longing for Moscow!

Capturing the Essence of Chekhov

Bowdoin student actors recently tackled a new adaptation of one of Russian theater’s most outstanding plays. Under the direction of theater professor Abigail Killeen, they staged several performances of Anton Chekov’s “Three Sisters.”

In Their Own Words

The author with her idol.
Common Ground

In meeting her literary idol at Commencement last spring, Anuoluwapo Asaolu ’19 found a new sense of home.

Autumn Entree

Cinnamon sticks are an ingredient in the recipe.
Dine: Wok-Baked Five-Spice Chicken

Chris Toy ’77 is a retired teacher and principal who has been teaching Asian cooking techniques in southern and midcoast Maine for thirty years.

On Location

A student dribbles a basketball in Sargent Gym.
Making Spaces

Members of the Class of 2018 posed for photographs and reflected on the campus spaces they loved best.

"When we met, he and his operation were growing a quarter of a million heads of lettuce a year—

—it became clear that Trevor was not the typical undergraduate."