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Saturday, October 21, 2017 Volume 147, Issue 5

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News

Celebrating women in computing

Courtesy of Mackenzie SchaferWomen in Computer Science: A group of 13 students and three advisors in the Computer Science Department attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Orlando, FL the week before fall break.

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Features

Language Learning

Sam HoneggerForeign language professors and students reflect on the relationship between Liberal Arts education and the study of language. In allowing for cross-cultural communication, the study of language enables students to explore di erent communities in meaningful ways.



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Panel highlights College’s carbon neutral plan

Students and environmental professionals gathered in Quinby House on Monday night for an intimate panel discussion on Bowdoin’s use of renewable energy sources. During the discussion, hosted by the Bowdoin Organic Garden, panelists also considered the past, present and future of the College’s commitment to carbon neutrality by 2020.

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W Tennis

Women’s Tennis team hopes to maintain success in the spring

Caroline FlahartyNo Love Allowed: Rachel Bercovitch ’21 plays in the Bowdoin Invitational during homecoming weekend. The Polar Bears ended the tournament 25-4 and then went on to beat Skidmore on Sunday 6-3. The Bowdoin Invitational is one of the two main tournaments in the team’s fall preseason play, the other being the ITA New England Regionals.

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