Volume CXXXIII, Number 18
March 1, 2002
Race, justice and the environment symposium
JULIANA GRINVALSKY, STAFF WRITER
speaker brought a unique perception of the environmental problems our
world is facing under the increasing pressure of population and human
consumption. [read the article]
Beyond the Pines: nightmare night
LUDWIG RANG, COLUMNIST
One evening, having got thoroughly stoned first, he took
me uptown to a party of white friends, Civil Rights activists like himself,
but affluent middle-class kids. [read the article]
Fessenden & Hyde
KID WONGSRICHANALAI, COLUMNIST
The American people would never vote for a man whose first
name was Salmon. And Senator William Pitt Fessenden of Maine (Bowdoin
class of 1823) believed just that. [read the
Ask Dr. Jeff: studying away?
JEFF BENSON, M.D.
Unless your program specifically requires you to purchase
their health insurance policy, you'll be covered by Bowdoin's policy.
[read the article]