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  • How Genuine Are Elections?

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    DR Congo Embraces Democracy?

    For the first time in its fifty-nine year history, the Democratic Republic of Congo may be about to experience its first peaceful, democratic transfer of power. Professor David Gordon explains the perils and possibilities.

  • Birds in Verse

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    The Reveal of the Flicker

    Carl Little, noted Maine poet and author, honored the Bowdoin College Library copy of Audubon's Birds of America recently with a new poem, "Flicker (The Reveal)." 

  • Real-Life Drama

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    Bowdoin Grad Turns FBI Interrogation into Stage Play

    New York-based theater director Tina Satter ’96 has based her latest production on the real-life interrogation of a former air force linguist now behind bars for espionage-related charges. (Photo: ©PaulaCourt)

  • Transforming Space

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    Students Project Spectacular Visions in Thorne Hall

    Students in a digital and computational visual arts class presented their final projection projects in Thorne Hall before break as they explored how media changes the spaces we spend our days in.

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

Meet the Schillers, generous donors to the Coastal Studies Center