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Elizabeth Fosler-Jones

Orient Staff — Class of 2020

Number of articles: 10

First Article: April 13, 2017

Latest Article: November 3, 2017

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Election 2017

Maine issues: the Orient’s guide to 2017 ballot measures

Election 2017 The Orient covers the upcoming Maine ballot, looking at referendum issues and how students view them. Maine issues: the Orient's guide to 2017 ballot measuresNovember 3, 2017Should Bowdoin students register to vote in Maine?November 3, 2017 Q1: Should the Maine Gambling Control Board allow to operation of slot machines or a casino in York County, Maine?

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Bowdoin community members respond to Maine’s opioid crisis

As Maine and the country experiences an epidemic that is driving down national life expectancy, some at Bowdoin are responding. Drug overdoses in the U.S. have increased by 533 percent over the last 14 years—from 2,089 overdoses in 2002 to 13,219 in 2016—according to data released in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

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News in Brief

Trespasser Terry Elwell

On Monday, Randy Nichols, director of safety security, sent out a campus alert warning people of Terry Elwell’s return to Brunswick. Elwell has a long history of convictions in Brunswick and has been involved with multiple incidents at Bowdoin.

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Environmental Studies

Schillers donate $10 million toward Coastal Studies Center

On Wednesday, the College announced plans to construct a new dry laboratory and convening center, complete with housing and dining services, at the newly renamed Schiller Coastal Studies Center (SCSC). This marks the College’s second major investment in the study of the environment in recent years, with the Roux Center for the Environment expected to open in September 2018.

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Academic Affairs

String of J-Board computer science cases prompts concern

Ann Basu Students and professors are concerned about an uptick in academic dishonesty cases brought before the Judicial Board (J-Board) that have originated in the computer science department. Students, who have received punishments ranging from a warning to a four semester suspension from the College, have said they feel the department’s plagiarism policies are unclear.

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