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Sixty-three schools applied for the College Media Project—an initiative, now in its second year, that provides in-newsroom training, online seminars, and support for a campus... [Read More]
Wheelwright was joined on the radio by fellow biologist Patty Jones, director of the Bowdoin Scientifc Station on Kent Island. Jones recently featured on Nature... [Read More]
Whip-poor-wills, swallows and other birds that feed on flying insects are rapidly disappearing throughout the northeast. The same is true of too many other animals... [Read More]
How can so many frog species co-exist in the same pond without competing for food or accidentally mating with the wrong species? [Read More]
A US Senator noted for his commitment to fiscal reform and ethics in government, Douglas began his working life as an economics professor at the... [Read More]
"A weak president can still command. And if he doesn't trust his staff, the chances that those commands will be well-informed diminish accordingly," writes Rudalevige... [Read More]
Year Up founder and CEO Gerald Chertavian says he is hopeful that a new partnership with United Airlines will help close the "opportunity divide" that... [Read More]
It turns out that bumblebees are not that different from humans. They like to follow the crowd and they like coffee! [Read More]
Bowdoin College and the Northeast Sports Network (NSN) will provide webcasts via OTT (over-the-top) apps this season. [Read More]
Davis Robinson and the "Beau Jest Moving Theatre" are staging "Larry's Play" in honor of Larry Coen, the charismatic actor/director who died suddenly earlier this... [Read More]
To complement the Bowdoin Arts and Culture Fall 2018 Calendar of Events, here's a sample of some of the treats on offer in the galleries,... [Read More]
In moderation, herbivory—the eating of plants—is a sign of a healthy environment because it indicates that our native insects have not been decimated by pesticides... [Read More]
The College's annual Convocation ceremony, marking the official opening of its 217th academic year, was held August 28, 2018, in Pickard Theater, Memorial Hall. [Read More]
Hundreds of students spent up ninety minutes perusing the forty booths on display, representing a variety of academic departments and programs. [Read More]
On May 26, 2018, when most of the Bowdoin community was celebrating the College's 213th Commencement, rising senior Jake Stenquist was on his way to Marine... [Read More]
"First, you are here to be challenged like never before, and, second, you are here to become intellectually fearless." [Read More]
The summer months are a time for many of us to recharge the batteries, but it doesn't mean life at Bowdoin grinds to a halt.... [Read More]
In animals, stripes serve to provide camouflage or warn predators. At the scale of landscapes, stripes reveal differences among plants in animals in their ability... [Read More]
History scholar Idriss Jebari looks at political unrest in North Africa in recent years, and examines why some regimes survive, and some don't. [Read More]
You probably wouldn't associate the works of Giacomo Puccini with cinema, says opera scholar Christy Thomas, but this would be a mistake: this period of... [Read More]