JEFF BENSON, M.D. DUDLEY COE HEALTH
Dr. Jeff: I was recently seen in the Health Center for possible
mono. I already had mono once before, and you said you weren't supposed
to be able to get it again (though some people believed they had.)
I tested negative this time, but you said that didn't absolutely
mean I didn't have mono. I'm confused! What's the story here? L.T.
A Tale of Two Unions
JAMES L. BROWN, COLUMNIST
touted architectural connection between Bowdoin and Harvard is frequently
limited to the nascent years of our institution.
Massachusetts Hall and the Quad bear a striking
resemblance to similar features of the Yard upon which our campus
was modeled. The extent of our connection is often limited to this
Georgian period in our history, but at the turn of the century,
a similarity with our sister institution resurfaced.
Years Beneath the Pines: A new landfall
LUDWIG RANG, ALUMNUS CONTRIBUTOR
After an inadvertently-long break, today we resume our series with
the story of the author's final year at Bowdoin, and his apologies
for having missed publication on March 9 due to a mix-up in dates.