to the Scifres arrest
an employee of Bowdoin, the wife of a Brunswick Police Officer,
and a member of this community, I question the motives of anyone
who refuses to leave the scene after a police officer asks him to.
Even in small-town America, police officers put their lives on the
line everyday. When my husband leaves for work each day, I can only
hope and pray that he returns safely. When placed in every different
possible situation, he has to be on his guard.
spare that tree
J. Vail, Orr's Island
one directly involved with the recent cutting and pruning of the
Bowdoin Pines along Bath Road, I feel compelled to explain the reason
for the undertaking of this project. The Town of Brunswick, and
especially the Bowdoin College community, is very protective of
their magnificent stand of white pines. I believe the Bowdoin Pines
are unique to populated New England-and therein lies the problem.
Orient contributor responds to the Florida mess
Ludwig Rang - Alumnus Contributor
a Bowdoin alumnus, German-born but long resident in Britain, and
author of the current series "Two Years Beneath the Pines", may
I briefly comment on the post-electoral imbroglio, for lack of a
better English word.