"crisis" rustles the Bowdoin Pines
TODD JOHNSTON, STAFF WRITER
rolling blackouts throughout California and the high heating costs
in the Northeast this year have once again put a spotlight on the
state of energy in our nation. The spotlight is hitting Bowdoin
College, too, as energy expenditures rise on campus with no certainty
of when oil prices will level to a more accommodating cost.
students receive Watson Fellowships
students Jared Hickman '99, Andrew Mountcastle '01, and Isabella
Sarkisyan '01 have been awarded Thomas J. Watson Foundation fellowships,
allowing them to pursue independent research projects while traveling
outside the United States for one year after their graduation this
member resigns amid peeping allegations
KITTY SULLIVAN, STAFF WRITER
past month, a student at Bowdoin was the target of a peeping tom,
who, after more than an hour of skulking outside her windows, was
detained by Brunswick Police and discovered to be a Bowdoin employee.
named inaugural Freeman professor
newspaper ad provokes protests
Commons expansion dreams become reality
senate ponders critical votes
your risk of becoming a victim of theft
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