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Artur Kalandarov

Staff Writer — Class of 2020

Number of articles: 10

First Article: March 10, 2017

Latest Article: March 2, 2018

Five from curling team will travel to Nationals

Five members of the Bowdoin curling team will travel to compete at the 2018 College National Curling Championship in Eau Claire, Wisconsin next week. Having ended the season ranked fourth in the nation, the team hopes to do well enough in the starting pool to advance to the championship bracket.

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Swim and Dive

Swimming crushes Colby, looks towards NESCACs

PJ SeelertFLYING PAST THE MULES: Michael O’Neal ’20 practices fly. The men’s team crushed Colby 197-79 on Saturday, and the women’s team beat the Mules 204-64. After an impressive victory by the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams over the Colby swim teams this past Saturday, each is looking to succeed in the NESCAC Championship, which begins on February 16.

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Football focuses on offseason body weight

Daniel JangNever stop grinding In the off season, the football coaches give players individual weight goals that they are expected to work towards, whether that be to gain weight or maintain their weight. Players work hard in order to meet these goals by working out and eating more so that they are ready for season.

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Faculty, students to participate in March for Science

With support from 14 academic departments and the Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good, many Bowdoin students and faculty will pile into buses tomorrow to attend the March for Science. The protest is part of a nationwide Earth Day event calling on elected officials to base their policies on scientific research and evidence.

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BASE program hopes to continue success

Despite a high number of faculty eligible for sabbatical next year, the Bowdoin Advising Program to Support Academic Excellence (BASE) program will likely maintain its expanded size for at least two years, according to Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Liaison for Advising Sara Dickey.

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