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Back from Abroad: Brenda Macias ’20
"I lived with a host and felt right at home, because the family dynamics were similar to that of a Mexican household."
Back from Abroad: Rhianna Patel ’20
"It’s hard for me to pick one moment when I felt especially lost, because the entire semester was an exercise in finding confidence and joy in discomfort and change."
Fifty-Two New Classes, From Jane Eyre to the Biology of Sex Differences
This semester, faculty are offering fifty two classes that are brand new to Bowdoin.
Looking for the Effects of Climate Change in One Forest
As a Burns summer fellow, rising junior Diana Grandas has been on the front lines of a long-running Bowdoin project to measure the effects of the changing climate on Harvard Forest.
Yijie Sun ’19 Takes a Bayesian Approach to Urban Rental Markets
After combing through many published econometric analyses of urban rent markets, Yijie Sun ’19 and her advisor, Associate Professor of Mathematics Jack O’Brien, decided they could examine the problem in a new way.
Birds, Books, and Neural Networks: a Mathematician’s Perspective on AI
Is it a bird? Is it a book? Is it a matrix? Ask a computer, says Associate Professor of Mathematics Thomas Pietraho, and you’ll probably (but not definitely) get the right answer.
Paralympian Silver Medalist Jake Adicoff ’18 Throws Opening Pitch at Fenway
The computer science and math student was among seven Winter Olympians invited to throw out the opening pitch at Boston’s Fenway Park April 5, 2018.
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