Ann BasuRAISE YOUR VOICE: Holden Turner ’21 and Jae-Min Yoo ’19 perform in a workshop performance of “Puberty II.” As she prepares to graduate in a few weeks, senior Jae-Yeon Yoo will present the final incarnation of her capstone project “Puberty II,” a musical centered on the experiences of three fictional Asian-American women at a predominantly white liberal arts college, in Studzinski Recital Hall at 7 p.m.
PJ SeelertPAPER CUTS: As evidenced in the graphite on cut paper piece “Paradox 2,” Isaac Jaegerman ’16 blends the representational, the abstract and the geometric in his artwork. “The work that I’m making right now is very slow-moving and kind of methodical,” said Jaegerman.
Ann BasuRAISE YOUR VOICE: Holden Turner ’21 and Jae-Min Yoo ’19 perform in a workshop performance of “Puberty II.” Beginning this week, the Department of Theater and Dance will present a selection of senior studio projects in Memorial Hall’s Wish Theater and in other spaces across campus.
'Building a movement' Dr. Kevin Kamashiro spoke on Thursday about new ways to frame educational reform This month, Bowdoin’s Asian Students Alliance (ASA) will host Asian Heritage Month, an opportunity to reflect on and discuss the importance of Asian and Asian American identities and to celebrate their diversity.
Ann Basu Parker Lemal-Brown ’18 is a sociology major and Francophone Studies minor. They started writing plays during the spring of their sophomore year, and their one-act play, “Gesundheit,” was recently selected for the upcoming Maine Playwrights Festival.
Ann Basu This weekend in Wish Theater, Masque and Gown will present ‘‘American Idiot,” a rock opera brimming with youthful angst and frustration. Based on the Green Day concept album of the same name, the show includes several of the band’s most beloved songs—including the title track “American Idiot,” as well as “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and “21 Guns”—and weaves them into a story in which three central characters confront relationships, drug use and their own social and political disillusionment in a bleak, post-September 11 American landscape.
Since mid-December, more than 60 students’ email accounts have been hacked, resulting in a series of phishing attempts. Emails claiming association with Temple University and such fictional institutions as “Recruitment Team,” “Market Force Information” and “Mystery Shoppers” arrived in inboxes with promises of easy pay—provided that recipients enter sensitive personal information first.
Ann BasuTIME WARP: Hope Keeley ’21 (left) and Tori Clarke ’20 (right) star in Curtain Callers’ production of “The Last Five Years,” a show comprised of only two characters who tell the story of their relationship through an unusual chronology.
PJ Seelert This year, the Bowdoin College Concert Band will reach a new milestone: its director, John Morneau, will have led the group for 30 consecutive years. “It’s just what I like to do. I just haven’t felt the need for time off,” said Morneau.
Ann BasuGRAND SLAM: Sanura McGill ’20, a member of the Bowdoin Slam Poets Society, performs original poetry at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on Thursday night. The group performs regularly at slam events on campus.