Volume CXXXIII, Number 2
September 14, 2001
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Terror bursts Bowdoin bubble
By JAMES FISHER, SENIOR EDITOR
The worst terrorist attack in America's history prompted a whirlwind of administrative activity on the Bowdoin campus this week, as the College's Disaster Response Team was activated and College staff poured over enrollment forms to identify students with family in the New York, Washington, D.C., and Pittsburgh areas. [read the article]

Maine feels tragic aftermath
By NICHOLAS J. LOVECCHIO, EDITOR IN CHIEF
Governor Angus King responded immediately Tuesday by shutting down most state government offices and increasing security throughout the state. [read the article]

What makes a ranking: a look at number five
By ERIC CHAMBERS, STAFF WRITER
Bowdoin did more than move up in the rankings in the 2001 U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges Issue"; the College captured a feature role in both the lead and the concluding paragraph of the main article. [read the article]

Crime in the pines
By KITTY SULLIVAN, A&E EDITOR
Over the past two weekends, Bowdoin witnessed a sharp increase in theft-thefts that have left students concerned and Security in pursuit of an elusive thief. [read the article]

Pickering speaks on U.S.-China policy
By ALISON McCONNELL, SPORTS EDITOR
In a speech entitled "U.S. and China Now," he illuminated the complexities of relations between the two nations based upon his diplomatic experience. Mr. Pickering began by speaking generally about the changes he has witnessed in China over the past 40 years in his field. [read the article]

Bowdoin science writer tackles tough biology issues
By ANJALI DOTSON, STAFF WRITER
As an undergraduate at Bowdoin interested in the sciences in the mid '70s, it was apparent to Barinaga that many of her classmates did not share her curiosity on the subject. [read the article]

College modifies van policy
By HENRY COPPOLA, PHOTO EDITOR
Gone are all but three of the 15-passenger vans that used to shuttle students around campus, on field trips and Outing Club adventures, and to and from athletic events. [read the article]


Editorial: Bowdoin unites in crisis
The Bowdoin community has been no exception to perpetuating the strong attitude we all must adopt. [read the editorial]

Someone wiser than all of us
It could be argued that it is one of the most meaningful works of dramatic literature at this moment in time. The lessons in it apply not only to the Middle East today... [read the article]

 

Bombay Mahal: The Promise and the Pitfall
Despite its comparison of Brunswick diners to ancient Indian maharajas, Bombay Mahal delivers less than it describes (although take-out is available). [read the article]

Monica's Movie Musings: Jeepers Creepers
The first part is so good, but the second so bad, that I think the writer must've died halfway through the script and been replaced by Carrot Top... [read the article]

 

 

Life Beyond the Pines
Across the hall from me lived an aspiring black actor named Roscoe Lee Browne, who would one day star in major Hollywood films... [read the article]

Ask Dr. Jeff
I already have health insurance and to be paying for another policy seems a little absurd. The $300 per year fee seems, on first glance, a little suspicious. [read the article]

 

Women's ruggers: Looking tough
The women's rugby team has simply reloaded its roster with countless experienced veterans and an energetic group of rookies. [read the article]

Men's soccer: Eight is great
This weekend, the Bowdoin Men's Soccer Team proved that they are a quality club with the determination, ability, and heart to succeed. [read the article]

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