Ann BasuPaycheck to paycheck: In a survey sent to Facilities employees, 22 of 29 respondents said that they struggled to make ends meet within the last year. Twelve said they work another job to supplement their Bowdoin income.
Ann BasuLEFT TO RIGHT: Kyle Wolfe ’18, Gil Roddy ’18, Luke Tercek ’18 The men’s tennis team is heading into the NESCAC Championship on the heels of the team’s most successful season in program history.
Ann BasuPolar Purusits Taxidermied arctic birds and a polar bear on display in the Peary-Macmillan Arctic Museum With its history of Arctic exploration and museum research, Bowdoin’s connection to the Arctic go way back. Today, with issues still surrounding various polar environments, Bowdoin continues to make strides in the field, as exemplified through a continuous, cross-disciplinary pursuit by faculty members across several academic departments.
Finding Fort Andross
An Orient special edition magazine takes a closer look inside Brunswick’s former textile mill. Read the full magazine online or look at the print version.
Emma Bezilla We are basically in a relationship. It’s been eight years. We’ve lived together for two and a half, traveled around the world, hung out with each other’s families and are currently listed as each other’s “emergency contact.” You can find us eating most meals together in Thorne, popping up most often in each other’s tagged photos and wearing full-set matching pajamas when we go to bed together each night.
Jenny Ibsen The summer before to my freshman year, a burglar ransacked my house while I was home alone. It was a lazy morning. I was reading in bed when I heard the first knock. I continued reading without pause, noting that my mother—the only other resident of our home—was not due home until lunchtime.