‘Conning Harvard’: New book on Adam Wheeler will hit shelves this month
After filing a Freedom of Information Act request, sifting through hundreds of documents, conducting countless interviews and even spending a night at Bowdoin, Zauzmer sheds new light on how Wheeler was able to game the system.
Alternative Spring Break sends students near and far
Bowdoin's common good spread a little farther than normal in the last few weeks as the McKeen Center fielded another successful series of Alternative Spring Break trips.
Seeking creature comfort, animal lovers bypass ‘no pets’ policy
There is a gecko in the Tower. His name is Queso.
Club volleyball undefeated in division
The season has just begun for the men's club volleyball team, and prospects are looking bright. The Polar Bears began practicing in early November, and participated in their first preseason tournament, the Marty Open, on January 29 in Fairfield, Conn.
Best of Bowdoin barbers: students specialize in campus cuts
Given the size of the Brunswick community it is no wonder that students sometimes struggle to find a cheap and convenient haircut.
Current events influence course enrollment, demand
As students complete their course registration forms, any number of forces shape their decisions about which classes to enroll in.