Could West Hall Become Sanville Manor?
Since coming to Bowdoin and spending my freshman year in West Hall, I've always wondered when and how buildings, rooms and even trees on campus receive their names, and more importantly, how I could leave my name behind.
Which major is the hardest?
Perhaps you have noticed it, or even more likely, you have participated in the tremendous amount of showing off that occurs about how much work you have. "I have so much work, I'm SO stressed out," with the implicit I-have-way-more-work-than-you-do-you-wouldn't-understand-you-lazy-any-other-major-but-mine, is a phrase often heard around Bowdoin. As an English major, I hear this a lot from my pre-med and chemistry friends; I feel the need to constantly talk about my work load, just so they know that I'm probably working harder than them
Does Bowdoin haze its own first years systematically?
As a partial result of the men's hockey hazing incident, interest in hazing has spiked within administrative circles on campus, reflecting an equivalent concern among students.
Marx, the environment, and the implications of global warming
Before I begin, allow me to dispel some preconceived notions that the title may have given you. I am not a Marxist or a Communist, at least not politically. Being a Bowdoin student, I am a solid beneficiary of the bourgeoisie dominance, and odds are that if you are reading this, you are too.