News

Photo of Zach Heiden '95

No Battle Stays Won

Zach Heiden ’95 oversees the litigation program for the ACLU of Maine, the Maine state affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union.


  • Award for Excellence

    beane award
    National Teaching Honors for Geologist Rachel Beane

    Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Natural Sciences Rachel Beane has won this year’s Neil Miner Award, for excellence in the teaching of earth sciences. Beane says she wouldn't be the teacher she is without the help and support of

  • Q&A

    Photo of author Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich
    An Act of Faith

    In the wake of a critically successful book, "The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir," author Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich begins teaching at Bowdoin.

  • Ten Years Out

    Krystal Barker '08
    Strategic Thinking

    Investment manager Krystal Barker Buissereth ’08 takes a multi-faceted view of the world, and is helping more people access the resources and opportunities of Wall Street.

  • Magazine Feature

    Gary Roberts's dog tags
    For Conscience and Country

    Members of the Class of 1968 faced few choices fifty years ago about what to do upon graduation, each of the limited decisions utterly loaded with consequence.

  • Slideshow

    The Roux dedication
    The Lantern Is Lit

    On October 11, 2018, Bowdoin dedicated its greenest and most advanced academic building to date.

  • Surviving through Secrecy

    stavans
    Amherst’s Stavans on Crypto-Jews: “A People Within a People”

    Ilan Stavans, a leading scholar on Jewish culture in the Hispanic world, shares his thoughts on why many Jews kept their faith a secret for centuries. He also voices concerns over the rise in hate crime in recent years, particularly the increase in

  • After Bowdoin

    Emily Weinberger ’15
    Talk About It

    After challenging and formidable work with the Bellevue Juvenile Justice Mental Health Service, Emily Weinberger ’15 began a PhD program at Fordham University studying clinical psychology with a concentration in child forensics.

  • 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.

"We all have a role to play in preserving our natural habitats."

Meet the Schillers, generous donors to the Coastal Studies Center