Hour: Jennings stresses class participation, challenge
HAI ANH VU, STAFF WRITER
the first Common Hour of the semester, the Bowdoin community revived
its collective spirit at Pickard Theater, where Assistant Professor
of Education Nancy Jennings spoke.
The seats were filled with faculty and staff members
and students, who were eager to hear the speech of the Karofsky
prize-winner, one of the most popular professors at Bowdoin.
Years Beneath the Pines
LUDWIG RANG, ALUMNUS CONTRIBUTOR
time in April, spring at last came to still-wintry Maine. Suddenly,
as one walked across campus, "there was a song in every heart, a
cheer on every face, and a spring in every step," as Mark Twain
put it in the opening of the whitewashing scene in Tom Sawyer.
Howard: The Last March Among Friends
KID WONGSRICHANALAI, STAFF WRITER
Howard had certainly come a long way by 1864. From a young student
at Bowdoin and then at West Point, he had grown as a man and as
a believer in the Creator of all things.
When the Civil War began, he was a colonel. Now,
four years later, he was a major general in command of one of the
nation's most venerable veteran armies.