George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & ArchivesLEARNING TOGETHER: The 1963 exchange program between Bowdoin and Morehouse College sought to educate students about the racial issues facing the nation. Students participating in the exchange attended classes and community events.
Ann Basu Over 80 women will perform in the College’s second annual production of “RISE: Untold Stories of Bowdoin Women” today and Saturday in Kresge Auditorium, following last night’s debut performance. The show, built around Bowdoin students’ stories about relationships, hookups and other gendered experiences, replaced the production of “The Vagina Monologues,” seeking more intersectionality and stories that better represented the real experiences of Bowdoin women.
Crossing continents and raising consciousness: African Arts Festival celebrates culture and fosters conversations
Jenny IbsenART AND ACROBATICS: Students gather in David Saul Smith Union to take part in Bowdoin’s first ever African Arts Festival on Thursday evening. All eyes were on the acrobats in David Saul Smith Union yesterday.
Caroline Carter During my time away from Bowdoin, my life changed dramatically when somebody close to me was diagnosed with a severe case of bipolar disorder. Part of their diagnosis also included “psychotic tendencies,” or sensory experiences of things that do not exist and/or beliefs with no basis in reality.